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How to export a history of your bank transactions

Simplify accounting by exporting details of your business transactions for chosen periods.

How do I export details of transactions in Online Banking?

App

If you have the Westpac App on your mobile, you can download lists of transactions over a given period.

  1. Sign in to the Westpac App
  2. Select Self serve
  3. Select Recent transactions under Statements and reports
  4. Select an account and transaction period then select Download.

PC

If you’re registered for Westpac Online Banking, you can export your transaction history to a choice of formats.

  1. Sign in to Online Banking using your 8-digit customer number and password
  2. Hover over Overview and select Exports and reports
  3. In the Transactions section select Export CSV, QBO, QIF, OFX file
  4. Choose a Date range, Select accounts and choose a File format and Date format, then select Export.
  5. Manage the downloaded file on your Mac or PC.

 

Key features of exporting transaction records

  • Take more control of your cash flow by having better visibility of your finances
  • Choose from 4 different file types in Online Banking – CSV, QBO, QIF or OFX
  • The file type you choose will depend on the accounting software you are using
  • Upload files into your accounting software.

What is my transaction limit?

Your transaction limit, also known as your daily payment limit, is the total funds you can spend in a day.

You can enable this feature to intentionally restrict your spending, helping you focus on saving.

Find out How to change your daily payment limits online.

Please note, a transaction limit is different to a business daily limit.

What are ‘pending transactions’?

Pending transactions are funds that are yet to be received by the other account but are no longer available in your own account.

How can I cancel/stop a transaction?

To cancel or stop a transaction, you will need to phone a Westpac banker on 132 142 as soon as you’ve decided you don’t want it to go ahead. Please note, some transactions that have already been processed will not be eligible.

What do the steps look like?

Step 1

Sign in to Online Banking using your 8-digit customer number and password

Step 2

Hover over Overview and select Exports and reports

Step 3

In the Transactions section select Export CSV, QBO, QIF, OFX file.

Step 4

Choose a Date range, Select accounts and choose a File format and Date format, then select Export

 

Note: QBO and OFX formats are available when you select just one account to export.

The file type you choose will depend on the accounting software you are using.
 

Step 5

Manage the downloaded file on your Mac or PC.