Hey there, lizard4984.
Thanks for reaching out to us here in the Community. I can help get your online banking to reconnect.
Just to clarify, did you receive any error codes/messages? While for the information, let's try some new steps to get this working.
The first thing is to update your our login credentials in QBO and make sure they match with your bank information. Next, sign in to your financial institution’s website outside QuickBooks.
Please take note of the exact User ID and password. If you can access your account from there, perform a manual update in QBO to refresh the connection.
Once done, try reconnecting the account. If you receive an error, follow the troubleshooting steps found in this article: Fix banking errors.
Please let me know how it goes by leaving a comment below. I'll keep an eye to your response.
Was this resolved? I purchased Desktop for Mac 2019 and when trying to set up Online Banking, USAA is not listed at all. Is there a work around or something, I've seen couple of post where it seems that people are actually in fact connected to USAA.
As of this time, the option to connect USAA account in Desktop for Mac is unavailable.
But I’ve got a workaround for you. In the meantime, I suggest uploading your transactions via WebConnect.
If you are using Desktop, you can read this article for the detailed steps and information: Bank Feeds Web Connect.
But if you’re using QBO, you may refer to this article: How to Upload More Than 90 Days of Bank Transactions.
Also, I encourage going to this page and submitting a connection request for USAA and Desktop for Mac: https://fi.intuit.com/.
Don’t hesitate to leave a comment below if you have any other questions.
Hello there, DCPhotoBiz.
The ability to connect with QuickBooks to import data will need approval from your bank for the integration. Since you're unable to submit the request on your end, I'm taking note of your financial institution's name and will be personally submitting the information on your behalf.
Please also know that the connection request would be faster if the bank will be the one seeking a direct connection with our program. For now, I recommend taking note of the direct link I'm adding below for the list of support banks:
While waiting for updates, you can use the WebConnect feature as a workaround to import bank data manually.
Let me know if you have additional questions about connecting the USAA bank. I'm always around to help out.
It's possible that the online bank account you're trying to sync to your QuickBooks Desktop company isn't included in the list of participating financial institutions.
To check this, follow these steps:
You'll find 4 buttons on top of the list. These are Any services, Banking account access, Credit/charge card access, and Payment. Press the button with the type of service you're looking for. Right after that, search for your bank on the list.
If your bank isn't listed, you can ask your FI to sign up through this link.
Once that's taken care of, check out this article on how you download bank transactions: Download Bank Feed transactions in QuickBooks Desktop.
Let me know if you need anything else by posting a comment below. I'll be sure to get back to you.
They'll have to sign up to request to get added to our list of participating financial institution.
You can use the link provided by my colleague @Ryan_M.
I've also added our page about banking in case you need some help articles.
Let us know if you have other questions. We're always here to help.
3 weeks ago USAA reported that:
"We are currently in the process of integrating with Intuit and Finicity, with the timing and rollout of the new solution being driven by their teams. Intuit has already incorporated the USAA API solution with their Quickbooks products and we expect them to begin updating Mint in the months to come. A
So, it's up to Intuit to get the ball rolling here it seems. VERY anxious to get the USAA integration. Years too late.
Hey there, @abomb97. Thanks for joining the thread.
Our team is actively working on getting this new experience with USAA implemented. To keep up-to-date on our newest features and releases, check out our blog.
Please touch base with us here if there's anything else you need, I'm determined to ensure your success.
Hi, I see that as of Sunday last week you published that QuickBooks recognizes USAA bank for the online solution. Any word on when it will also rollout to the Desktop Mac & PC versions?
Thanks for joining us here, abomb97.
For now, USAA is still not on the list of participating financial institutions for online banking in the Desktop versions. You can ask your bank to sign up through this link https://fi.intuit.com.
In the meantime, you can use the Web Connect connection method to bring your transactions from USAA to QuckBooks. This article will guide you through the process: Import web connect (.qbo) files.
Once imported, follow the steps in this article on how to categorize them: Add and match Bank Feed transactions in QuickBooks Desktop.
I'll be around if you need more help with your banking transactions.
My USAA connection dropped and I kept getting Error 103 when inputing the correct credentials. Today is 31 Mar 2020
Solution: I got my USAA account to reconnect by clicking Connect another account as if I were adding a new account. The initial 'login to your bank' window popped open, and I authorized Intuit to access my USAA account again.
I'm in! And I didn't lose my transaction data!