An Average Person's Guide to Personal Finance

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Dog Ear Publishing, 2007 - Business & Economics - 43 pages
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A complete guide to personal finance with an accompanying computer program designed to provide simple, no-nonsense accounting to help guide your financial decision making. Michael Edwards has a Master's Degree in Computer Science and has worked as Chief Financial Officer for a small Internet startup. He has over 15 years experience as a programmer. Jennifer Edwards has a Master's Degree in Education and is a mother of three with much experience balancing a budget, and balancing her time and energy between family and work.
 

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Contents

Using the Program
1
12 Getting Started
5
13 Transfers
9
14 Returns
10
15 Reconciling Your Accounts
11
Budgeting Strategies
16
21 Cash Flow
18
23 Financial Commitments
20
32 Printing
27
34 Transaction Categories
28
35 Exporting
30
36 Multiple Installations
31
38 Disaster Recovery
32
39 Menu Usage
33
392 List Account Totals
35
394 Change Folder
36

24 Windfalls and One Time Charges
21
25 Budget Items
23
26 Larger Issues
24
3 Program Details
25
311 ACCOUNTCFG
38
Glossary
40
Index
44
Copyright

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About the author (2007)

MICHAEL EDWARDS is Professor of Classics at Queen Mary, University of London.

Jennifer Gabrielle Edwards has published translations in Michigan Quarterly Review, Metamorphoses, Creative Nonfiction Magazine, Indiana Review, and BorderSenses and has translated several novels, screenplays, essays, collections of poetry, and short stories. She works as a patient representative and Spanish medical interpreter in New York City. 

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