SuperStream - QuickSuper

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Which clearing houses is Reckon compatible with when it comes to exporting Super payments?  Can you export a Super file from Reckon to QuickSuper?
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tjoseph

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Nine yet. Why do you ask?
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tjoseph

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Sorry, can you explain your response - nine yet, does that mean there are nine clearing houses that Reckon can be exported to? is QuickSuper one of those? We use quickSuper clearing house, but we need to manually enter Super in - it would be nice if we could export a file to do this?
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Sorry that should have said NONE
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You can create and export a file that you can upload to QuickSuper but you need to choose the Export SAFF option.
Employees menu > Super Data Export > set Date range > Export SAFF button > name and save file to desired location.
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is that the only way you can use QuickSuper? BT give you a 'starter file' .csv can you import that into Reckon so that each time you export the "Super Data Report' its in the same format as the 'starter file' 
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Yes,
When  setting up in quicksuper (Australian Super Clearing house)  use the alternative solution and change date formats to yyyy-mm-dd
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Thanks Wayne