Microsoft Money 2005 for dummies

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Wiley, Oct 15, 2004 - Business & Economics - 342 pages
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* Shows people how to organize and manage their personal finances, create a budget, reduce debt, pay bills, balance a checkbook, and build a financial plan for the future using Microsoft Money, the #2 personal finance software, with approximately four million users
* Walks people through Money basics and helps them take charge of their finances, including setting up online banking accounts, recording transactions, writing and printing checks, and reconciling accounts
* Covers organizing finances by category, researching investments online, preparing for tax time, and planning for the future
* Revised throughout to cover the latest enhancements in the software
* From a veteran For Dummies author who has written more than two dozen computer books

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About the author (2004)

Peter Weverka is the bestselling author of several For Dummies books, including Office 2003 All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies and 22 other computer books about various topics. Peter’s books have been translated into 16 languages and sold three-quarter of a million copies. His humorous articles and stories — none related to computers, thankfully — have appeared in Harper’s, SPY, and other magazines for grown-ups.