Quicken 2008: The Missing Manual - The Missing Manual

Quicken 2008: The Missing Manual - The Missing Manual

by: Bonnie Biafore

O'Reilly Media, 2007

ISBN: 9780596519261

Format: PDF

Windows PC,Mac OSX Apple iPad, Android Tablet PC's Palm OS, PocketPC 2002 und älter, PocketPC 2003 und neuer, Windows Mobile Smartphone, Handys (mit Symbian)

Price: 35,99 EUR

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Quicken 2008: The Missing Manual - The Missing Manual


Quicken is one of the many convenient ways to keep track of personal finances, but many people are unaware of Quicken's power and end up using only the basic features. And sometimes Quicken seems to raise more questions than it answers: Return of capital from stock? ",Net worth",? What are they and why do you need to know about them? Luckily, Quicken 2008: The Missing Manual picks up where Quicken's help resources leave off.You'll find step-by-step instructions for using Quicken on your Windows PC, including useful features such as budgeting, recording investment transactions, and archiving Quicken data files. You also learn why and when to use specific features, and which ones would be most useful in a given situation. Quicken 2008: The Missing Manual helps you:Set up Quicken to take care of your specific needsFollow your money from the moment you earn itMake deposits, pay for expenses, track the things you own and how much you oweTake care of financial tasks online, and quickly reconcile your accountsCreate and use budgets and track your investmentsGenerate reports to prepare your tax returns and evaluate your financial fitnessAnd a lot more. This book is designed to accommodate readers at every technical level. If you're a first-time Quicken user, special boxes with the title ",Up To Speed", provide the introductory information you need to understand the topic at hand. For advanced users, there are similar boxes called ",Power Users' Clinic", that offer more technical tips, tricks, and shortcuts for the experienced Quicken fan. For a topic as important as your personal finances, why trust anything else?