Automatically import all of your orders and refunds from Shopify to QuickBooks.
Sync orders with QuickBooks
Quickly and easily sync all your orders and refund data. With one click, you can enable orders to be automatically imported.
See a summary of account balances
View a full summary of all Shopify orders and their total value as well as a breakdown of your products and their profit margin.
Record your Shopify fees
Have your Shopify fees and payouts automatically imported into QuickBooks so that you don’t miss an expense.
Know what sales tax you owe
Shopify orders are imported with all of the sales tax data for easy viewing by agency, amount paid, and amount owed.
Founder of Future Glory
Theresa Lee, Founder of Future Glory
Manage your business on the go
Create invoices, take photos of receipts or see your company’s activities from the QuickBooks mobile app anytime, anywhere.1
Always know what’s in stock
When you buy or sell inventory, their quantity and value is automatically adjusted making it easy for you to track your inventory.2
Easily manage customers & vendors
Keep all of your customer and vendor information, including their full history, organized and accessible in one place.
Connect to apps you already use
Sync data from popular apps like Tsheets, Shopify, PayPal, and many others.3
Work with your accountant
Securely collaborate with your team or accountant online.4 Files sync to allow simultaneous use.
If you need help with QuickBooks, support is available to help 6am-6pm PST, Mon-Fri.5
How are Shopify sales imported?
All your orders and refunds from Shopify show up as a sales receipt in QuickBooks. Each order you export from Shopify into QuickBooks will automatically include all items and taxes (including shipping).
Does QuickBooks track the inventory I sell through Shopify?
Yes. Shopify updates QuickBooks with the details of each sales transaction including how many of each item you sold. QuickBooks then automatically deducts the sold items from your quantity on hand so it’s always up-to-date.