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This full-color, step-by-step guide to Quicken 2012 is the fastest, easiest way to master all the important features of #1 selling personal finance software program.
Quicken 2012 QuickSteps is divided into two parts. Part I introduces Quicken as a financial management tool. It explains the user interface with menus and toolbars, and then thoroughly demonstrates how an individual or small business can use Quicken to manage cash flow items. The book describes how bank accounts, loans, and credit card accounts are maintained and managed.
Part II then leads you through the steps necessary to maximize the use of Quicken's additional tools, such as its portfolio and investment, planning, budgeting, and tax tools. Part I, with its strong focus on cash flow, combined with Part II's important investment, budgeting, and tax handling details, gives you a broad range of information on Quicken and arms you with unbeatable skills for managing finances.
Quicken 2012 QuickStepsCovers the latest release of the #1 selling personal finance software programFeatures easy-to-follow steps that teach you how to balance your checkbook, pay bills, manage your online investments, and make decisions about budgetingHighly visual, full-color approach includes screenshots and numbered steps on nearly every page as well as sidebars that provide alternate methods and further explanations Focuses on proven techniques for quickly mastering the software's key features
Start using Quicken 2012 right away--the QuickSteps way.
Color screenshots and clear instructions make it easy to ramp up on the latest release of the #1 personal finance software. Follow along and learn how to balance your checkbook; print checks; pay bills online; reconcile your bank, credit card, and investment accounts; track expenses; budget your money; and plan your financial future. Get up to speed on Quicken 2012 in no time with help from this practical, fast-paced guide.
Use these handy guideposts: Shortcuts for accomplishing common tasks Need-to-know facts in concise narrative Helpful reminders or alternate ways of doing things Bonus information related to the topic being covered Errors and pitfalls to avoid
Marty Matthews has more than 30 years of computing experience, is cocreator of the QuickSteps series, and the author or coauthor of more than 70 books, including the bestselling Windows 7 QuickSteps and Microsoft Office 2010 QuickSteps. He specializes in explaining complex topics to beginners.
Bobbi Sandberg is a consultant, instructor, and retired CPA who is recognized by Intuit as a Certified Professional Advisor. She teaches at community colleges and local senior centers and has been training users on Quicken since its first DOS version in the 1980s. Bobbi is the author of Quicken 2012: The Official Guide and other books.