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You don t have to be a technogeek or financial wizard to manage your financial affairs on a PC. You have other things to do, places to go, and people to meet. And that s where
Quicken 2003 For Dummies comes in. This financial reference guide can help you manage your finances personal or business like a pro.
Quicken 2003 For Dummies is for people who want to pay bills, track investments, and calculate interest with the click of a mouse. And if you re pulling out your hair out because you re using Quicken in a business, postpone the hair-pulling this guide helps with payroll, taxes, receivables and payables, and more.
This handy guide is also for anyone who wants to
Upgrade from an older version of Quicken
Manage home mortgages
Set up an online brokerage account
Produce an accurate balance sheet
Track customer invoices and payments
It's certainly arguable that money makes the world go around, but being fiscally organized surely makes your own life easier. Find out how to buy and sell mutual fund shares online; reconcile a credit card balance; and estimate income taxes. Quicken 2003 For Dummies also covers the following topics and more:
Scheduling automatic loan payments
Tracking bank accounts
Paying bills online
Transferring money between bank accounts
Creating and printing reports and charts
Setting up or changing passwords
Using the Refinance, Retirement, and College calculators
Frequently asked questions
From the absolute basics of Quicken to home finances to serious business applications, Quicken 2003 For Dummies is the guide to have in hand when you want to take control of your finances.
Stephen L. Nelson, MBA, CPA, is the bestselling author of more than 100 books on computer and business topics, including all the previous For Dummies books on Quicken.