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This part of the book explains how to use Quicken to record financial transactions in bank and credit card accounts. One chapter concentrates on the basics, while another goes beyond the basics to discuss online features available within Quicken and on Quicken.com. This part of the book also explains how to automate many transaction entry tasks, reconcile accounts, and use Quicken s revised reporting features. There are five chapters in Part Two:
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5: Recording Bank and Credit Card Transactions 6: Using Online Banking Features 7: Automating Transactions and Tasks 8: Reconciling Your Accounts 9: Examining Your Bank Activity
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This part of the book explains how you can use Quicken and Quicken.com to keep track of your investment portfolio and get information to help you make smart investment decisions. The first chapter covers the basics of Quicken s investment tracking features, while the other two chapters provide information about online investment tracking and research tools and the features within Quicken.com that help you evaluate your investment position. There are three chapters in Part Three:
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10: Entering Your Investment Transactions 11: Using Transaction Download and Research Tools 12: Evaluating Your Position
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Part Four: Net Worth
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This part of the book concentrates on assets and liabilities, including your home and car and related loans. It explains how you can track these items in Quicken and provides tips for minimizing related expenses. There are three chapters in Part Four:
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13: Monitoring Assets and Loans 14: Managing Household Records 15: Keeping Tabs on Your Net Worth
Part Five: Planning
This part of the book tells you how you can take advantage of Quicken s extensive, built-in planning tools to plan for your retirement and other major events in your life. As you ll learn in this part of the book, whether you want financial security in your retirement years or to save up for the down payment on a house or college education for your children, Quicken can help you. It covers Quicken s Planners as well as its financial calculators. It also provides a wealth of tips for saving money and reducing debt. There are three chapters in Part Five:
16: Planning for the Future 17: Using Financial Calculators 18: Reducing Debt and Saving Money
Part Six: Tax
This part of the book explains how you can use Quicken s Tax features to simplify tax preparation, plan for tax time, and reduce your tax liability. Part Six has two chapters:
19: Simplifying Tax Preparation 20: Planning for Tax Time
Part Seven: Appendixes
If twenty chapters of information aren t enough for you, two appendixes offer additional information you might find useful when working with Quicken:
Appendix A: Managing Quicken Files Appendix B: Customizing Quicken
Introduction
Conventions
All how-to books especially computer books have certain conventions for communicating information. Here s a brief summary of the conventions I use throughout this book.
Menu Commands
Quicken, like most other Windows programs, makes commands accessible on the menu bar at the top of the application window. Throughout this book, I tell you which menu commands to choose to open a window or dialog or to complete a task. I use the following format to indicate menu commands: Menu | Submenu (if applicable) | Command.
Keystrokes
Keystrokes are the keys you must press to complete a task. There are two kinds of keystrokes.
Keyboard Shortcuts Keyboard shortcuts are combinations of keys you press to complete a task more quickly. For example, the shortcut for clicking a Cancel button may be to press the ESC key. When instructing you to press a key, I provide the name of the key in small caps, like this: ESC. If you must press two or more keys simultaneously, I separate them with a hyphen, like this: CTRL-P. Literal Text
Literal text is text that you must type in exactly as it appears in the book. Although this book doesn t contain many instances of literal text, there are a few. I display literal text in boldface type, like this: Checking Acct. If literal text includes a variable text you must substitute when you type I include the variable in bold-italic type, like this: Payee Name.
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