You can use the Neat scanner and Neat 5 software with Quicken.
Here are the instructions>
Neat Software allows you to transfer Quicken account data into Neat so that your account names will match in both applications which in turn will allow you to transfer data identified from your scanned receipts (such as receipt date, vendor name, sales tax, total amount, etc) into Quicken so you can perform accounting functions on the receipts soon after scanning them.
Before exporting to a Quicken account for the very first time, you will need to create and import a QIF file of your Quicken accounts.
NOTE: Different versions of Quicken use different file formats, such as QFX, QIF, and QDF. Neat only uses QIF file formats. Because Neat uses only the QIF file format, it’s necessary to first export your Quicken accounts to QIF from Quicken to ensure Neat and Quicken can work together using same format. After exporting your Quicken Accounts, that QIF file needs to be imported into Neat so that items exported later will be compatible with your Quicken accounts.
1. Open Quicken and your company file.2. From the File menu, choose Export and then QIF File. The QIF Export dialog box opens.
3. Choose from the Quicken Account to Export from dropdown menu.4. Under the Include In Export heading, only Account List should be selected (as pictured below).
5. Click on Browse at the top of the QIF Export Screen to choose a location for the exported file. In theExport to QIF File window that opens, choose a location easy to access on your hard drive.
6. To complete the QIF Export, type a a name for the exported file in the File Name field and click OK to save the file and close the QIFExport Window.
7. In Neat, click the EXPORT button at the top center within Neat 5.6 as shown below:
8. Select “QUICKEN” from the list of file types.
9. The first time you export to Quicken you will need to add your accounts from Quicken. Click MANAGE QUICKEN ACCOUNTS.
10. To add your account data from Quick, click IMPORT and browse to the location of your account file ending with .QIF. Select it and then click “Open”.
11. Your account file will be imported and show the following:
12. The Accounts will now be listed in the window. Click OK to exit the Account Manager.
Now that you have imported your account information from Quicken you will be able to export receipt data from Neat to Quicken.
To export receipt data from Neat to Quicken see Exporting to Quicken from Neat 5
You can export finacial reports to QIF,here is how to export to QIF:
NotesTo set up a new file with your existing lists, use Export and Import to copy everything except the transactions from an existing file. After copying the list information, you can make changes to the lists at any time.
okay, do you have a lot of receipts to scan at one time?
I think there is some confusion on either what quicken can do with a receipt or what the expert thought you wanted.
there is no way to scan a receipt so that it makes an entry to the register in quicken.
What you CAN do is add a scanned receipt to the transaction entry that you put in manually or download from the bank.
That would just be a jpg picture of the receipt for backup if you ever needed it.
Any scanner should be able to create a jpg file from the scan.
whether you can do it the other way around where you have the quicken start the scan rather than attaching ( not importing ) the jpg file, i would have to look into. But if it can do that it would work with any scanner that had either a wia or twain interface and again i would have to check which one quicken would use. It might depend on the operating system of the computer.