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Before you can use Quicken to track bank and credit card transactions, you should prepare by creating the necessary accounts and learning how recording transactions works. In this section, I provide an overview of the banking account types, along with examples of transactions you might make. I also provide detailed step-by-step instructions for creating banking accounts.
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Most of the transactions you track with Quicken will involve one or more of its bank, credit card, and cash accounts. Here s a closer look at each account type, along with some transaction examples. As you read about these accounts, imagine how they might apply to your financial situation.
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Quicken offers two types of accounts that you can use to track the money you have in a bank:
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Checking accounts include check-writing privileges. These accounts usually have a lot of activity, with deposits to increase the account balance and checks that decrease the account balance. Savings accounts are for your savings. These accounts usually don t have as much activity as checking accounts. You can use a savings account to track the balance in a certificate of deposit (CD), holiday savings club, or similar savings account.
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Generally speaking, bank account transactions can be broken down into three broad categories: payments, deposits, and transfers.
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Payments Payments are cash outflows. Here are some examples:
You write a check to pay your electric bill. You withdraw money from your savings account to buy a gift for your mother. You use your ATM card to withdraw spending money from a bank account. You use your debit card to buy groceries. You pay a monthly checking account fee.
Deposits Deposits are cash inflows. Here are some examples:
You deposit your paycheck into your checking account.
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You sell your old computer and deposit the proceeds into your savings account. Your paycheck or Social Security check is deposited into your bank account as a direct deposit. You earn interest on your savings account.
Transfers A transfer is a movement of funds from one account to another. Here are some examples:
You transfer money from an interest-bearing savings account to your checking account when you re ready to pay your bills. You transfer money from a money market account to your home equity line of credit account to reduce its balance.
Credit Card Accounts
Credit card accounts track money you owe, not money you own. Some credit cards, such as MasterCard, Visa, American Express, and Discover, can be used in most stores that accept credit cards. Other credit cards, such as Macy s, Dillard s, and Shell, can be used only in certain stores. But they all have one thing in common: If there s a balance, it s usually because you owe the credit card company money. Credit card account transactions can also be broken down into two categories: charges and payments.
Charges Charges result when you use your credit card to buy something or the credit card company charges a fee for services. Here are some examples:
You use your Visa card to buy a new computer. You use your Discover card to pay for a hotel stay. You use your Shell card to fill the gas tank on your boat at the marina. A finance charge based on your account balance is added to your Macy s bill at month s end. A late fee is added to your MasterCard bill because you didn t pay the previous month s bill on time. A fee is added to your American Express bill for annual membership dues.
The opposite of a charge is a credit. Think of it as a negative charge; don t confuse it with a payment. Here are two examples:
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