... because you need to view QIF files ... sometimes ...
This is a very simple application. It opens a .QIF file that you'd get from your bank/credit card/broker's website or export from a program like Microsoft Money or Quicken.
When the file is open, its data is displayed similar to this:
The program knows how to parse Investment and non-Investment QIF types. There are apparently other QIF types that feature account lists. I've never seen one so this program has never been tested with that. If you have a QIF file that you believe is valid that doesn't parse well with this program, please contact me at: