Is there a plugin for Capitec available? Or does anyone know about a workaround to make Capitec's csv look like a format Tcash understands? I am willing to buy a plugin if it is available

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Yes I understand  it. Do you have an OFC download (The old Microsfot Money) - alternatively can you send me a Sample CSV (Change the text if you have privacy issues, but not the structure. We ahve an OFC import - TurboCASH 5

Take a look at this.

http://turbocash.ning.com/video/csv2tc5final

I assume OFC import is a paid module?

There is a paid module for OFC import, but the CSV import is free. I am busy developing a web service, no release date yet, will be for TurboCASH 5 users.

Order your TurboCASH 5 subscription here: http://turbocash.ning.com/page/business-class-2018

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