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Quicken 2009 (Missing Manual)by Bonnie Biafore
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Quicken is a convenient way to keep track of personal finances, but many people are unaware of Quicken's power and end up using only the basic features. Sometimes Quicken raises 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 2009: The Missing Manual picks up where Quicken's help resources leave off.
And a lot more. Quicken 2009: The Missing Manual accommodates readers at every technical level, whether you're a first-time or advanced Quicken user. For a topic as important as your personal finances, why trust anything else?
Book News Annotation:
This guide to the Quicken 2009 software package explores the accounting features in an entertaining and clearly written format, and is designed for users who are perplexed by the dry and technical owners' manual. Pogue, the technology columnist for The New York Times, offers step-by-step instructions on how to use Quicken to track bank account balances, pay bills online, create personal budgets and generate reports and graphs that show net worth, cash flow and ongoing tax information. Information on Internet discussion forums devoted to using Quicken 2009 is also included. Annotation ©2009 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Quicken is a convenient way to keep track of personal finances, but many people are unaware of Quicken's power and use only its basic features. With "Quicken 2009: The Missing Manual," readers of all levels will quickly learn how to use all aspects of the program so they can accurately handle their money. From recording checks and credit card charges to reconciling accounts, budgeting, handling loans, investments, and online transactions, "Quicken 2009: The Missing Manual" covers everything in a friendly, witty style that engages novices and experts alike. Beginners will appreciate the clear guidance on setting up Quicken to simplify their financial management tasks. Experienced users will learn how to work around Quicken's idiosyncrasies. This book shows people how to use Quicken more effectively to track their money, stay on top of important financial decisions, and compile tax data automatically.
About the Author
Bonnie Biafore writes about project management, personal finance, and investing. She's the author of "Microsoft Project 2007: The Missing Manual," as well as "Online Investing Hacks," "QuickBooks 2008: The Missing Manual," and "Quicken 2008: The Missing Manual."
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