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import script error: Invalid procedure call or argument

Hello Everyone,

 

My upgrades are done for this year, so the programs are 2020 QuickBooks Pro, and 2019 TurboTax Business Incorporated.   All updates are performed as of writing this message.

 

When trying to import my QB data into TT, it opens the GIFI data import window,  Proper dates are chosen for start and end.  Hit continue, QB asks for permission to allow TT access, access is granted.  TT throws up an error window stating "import script error: Invalid procedure call or argument"

 

I have uninstalled and reinstalled TT.  I have also checked QB integrated applications page to verify this years TT settings were the same as last years TT settings.  Also tried removing the TT settings from this section, which only prompts the access popup again.

 

This is all with the same error at the end.

 

Has anyone else ran into this issue?  And is there a fix?

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import script error: Invalid procedure call or argument

From doing different troubleshooting steps, I found out that it would allow me to import my fiscal year minus 4 days at the very end.

 

I went through each entry in QB, deleted, and recreated each for the last 4 days.

 

TT now is able to import my full fiscal year properly.

 

Conclusion: The scripting issue was due to something in the actual books file of QB. Everything was deleted and reentered the exact same way, but must have been on the back end.

 

For anyone else with this error message, decrease the dates you are inputting into TT, until it works, then expand you dates from there to see which date is the first that the error starts on. Check that date in your QB for all entries, and delete and recreate.

 

Thanks.

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import script error: Invalid procedure call or argument

If I remove the last 4 days of my Fiscal Year,  the import works as it should.

 

How do I determine what is causing my issues in those last 4 days?

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import script error: Invalid procedure call or argument

From doing different troubleshooting steps, I found out that it would allow me to import my fiscal year minus 4 days at the very end.

 

I went through each entry in QB, deleted, and recreated each for the last 4 days.

 

TT now is able to import my full fiscal year properly.

 

Conclusion: The scripting issue was due to something in the actual books file of QB. Everything was deleted and reentered the exact same way, but must have been on the back end.

 

For anyone else with this error message, decrease the dates you are inputting into TT, until it works, then expand you dates from there to see which date is the first that the error starts on. Check that date in your QB for all entries, and delete and recreate.

 

Thanks.

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