Quicken 98 for Macintosh

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Peachpit Press, 1998 - Computers - 152 pages
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Why not take control of your money instead of letting it control you? For millions of registered users, Quicken is the way to do it. Its the most widely used financial-management software program available. Quicken 98 for Macintosh: Visual QuickStart Guide is the best way to get up and running with Quicken. The book focuses on creating new accounts, reports, and graphs, developing a chart of accounts, customizing Quicken, and preparing for online financial transactions. To put the basic financial tasks in context, the author covers financial planning and management, which includes tracking portfolios, evaluating and repaying loans planning for future expenses, and calculating net worth. Theres even a special chapter on using Quicken at tax time. This latest addition to Peachpits successful Visual QuickStart Guide series is a concise, step-by-step, richly illustrated guide that helps the reader get the most out of Quicken 98. Quicken 98 for Macintosh: Visual QuickStart Guide will appeal to all levels of Quicken users - whether they use the basic or deluxe package.

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Quicken is aimed at managing personal finances rather than at small businesses; the user can track his or her checking, online banking, and Internet-based investing and calculate taxes. Users with a ... Read full review

Contents

Tracking with Categories
17
Using the Account Registers
25
All About QuickFill
39
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Tom Negrino writes books and is a contributing editor for Macworld magazine. He's been working with the Macintosh since the innocent, halcyon days of 1984. Shortly thereafter, he began his writing career with MacGuide magazine , joining the Macworld ranks in 1987. His work has also appeared in Digital Video magazine, where he was a contributing editor and monthly columnist.

Tom is a frequent speaker at Macworld Expo, Thunder Lizard's conferences, and other computer trade shows, and is a freelance computer consultant. He has served on the board of the Los Angeles Macintosh Group since 1985, recently ending his tenure as the group's president.

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