Quicken 2007 On Demand

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Pearson Education, Oct 10, 2002 - Computers - 432 pages
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Learn how to make the most of the latest version of one of the most popular personal finance software applications available with Quicken 2007 On Demand. This book uses step-by-step, visual instructions to show you how to get up and running quickly using this latest version of Quicken. You will learn how to utilize the program's many features to take control of and monitor your finances, including investments, credit cards, and savings. You’ll also learn how to record or download transactions, pay bills online, track and forecast financial goals, and prepare tax reports. Managing your finances has never been easier, thanks to Quicken 2007 On Demand.


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Using the Express Setup
Adding Your Paychecks and Income
Reviewing and Completing the Setup
Customizing the Toolbar
Backing Up Files
PasswordProtecting Your files
Setting Up Your Internet Connection
Keeping Track of Your Home Inventory
Keeping Track of Your Emergency Records
Setting Up New and Editing Existing Planning Alerts
Planning for Retirement
Planning for College
Reviewing and Analyzing Your Asset Allocations
Getting Some Help with Asset Allocation
Estimating Capital Gains

Adding New Accounts
Editing Accounts
Deleting Accounts
Setting Up Alerts
Analyze Your Income and Expense
Tracking and Managing Investment Performance
Reviewing and Analyzing Investment and Retirement Account
Reviewing and Analyzing Your Property and Debt
Managing Alerts
Using Quicken Bill
Ordering and Printing Quicken Checks
Setting Up a Budget
Getting Out of Debt
Viewing Your Entire Portfolio
Analyzing Your Portfolio
Determining Whether You Need to Rebalance Your Portfolio
Viewing Reports
Setting Report Preferences
Saving and Viewing Saved Reports
Setting Up New and Editing Existing Tax Alerts
Creating YearEnd Files
Assigning and Editing Tax Categories
Reviewing and Editing Taxable Income
Finding Deductions

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Gina Carrillo is a technical writer, instructional designer, instructor, author, editor, and mother. She works full-time developing online help systems, CBTs, training manuals, and user guides for software systems. In addition to her editing, instructional design, and teaching endeavors, she also writes and edits for Que Publishing and Sams Publishing. With eight years of experience as a super user of personal finance software, such as Microsoft Money and Quicken, and web development tools, such as Microsoft FrontPage, Gina has written the following books: Easy Microsoft Money 2004 and Easy Web Pages, Second Edition.

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