Quicken 2007 For Dummies
- Stephen Nelson's previous For Dummies guides to Quicken have sold more than 900,000 copies
- Quicken has more than 16 million active users and 75 percent of the personal finance software market
- Shows people how to get their finances under control quickly and easily using Quicken
- Covers online banking and bill paying, tracking credit cards, managing loans, maximizing investments, calculating interest, preparing payroll, setting up accounts, creating reports, and more
- Completely updated to cover the latest features and enhancements in the new version of Quicken
- Published in conjunction with the release of Quicken "X"
Part I: Zen, Quicken, and the Big Picture.
Chapter 1: Setting Up Shop.
Chapter 2: Introduction to the Big Picture.
Chapter 3: Maximum Fun, Maximum Profits.
Part II: The Absolute Basics.
Chapter 4: Checkbook on a Computer.
Chapter 5: Printing 101.
Chapter 6: Online and In Charge.
Chapter 7: Reports, Charts, and Other Cool Tools.
Chapter 8: A Matter of Balance.
Chapter 9: Housekeeping for Quicken.
Chapter 10: Compound Interest Magic and Other Mysteries.
Part III: Home Finances.
Chapter 11: Credit Cards, Petty Cash, and PayPal.
Chapter 12: Other People’s Money.
Chapter 13: Mutual Funds.
Chapter 14: Stocks and Bonds.
Part IV: Serious Business.
Chapter 15: Payroll.
Chapter 16: Profits, Losses, Receivables, and Payables.
Part V: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 17: (Slightly More Than) Ten Questions I’m Frequently Asked about Quicken.
Chapter 18: (Almost) Ten Tips on How Not to Become a Millionaire.
Chapter 19: (Almost) Ten Troubleshooting Tips.
Part VI: Appendixes.
Appendix A: Quick-and-Dirty Windows.
Appendix B: Glossary of Business, Financial, and Computer Terms.
As corny as it sounds, Steve truly enjoys writing books that make using personal computers easier and more fun. In fact, a substantiated rumor that appeared first in The Wall Street Journal says Steve has written more than 150 computer books.
Steve is the best-selling author on the Quicken product. In fact, Wiley recently tallied up Steve’s Quicken For Dummies sales — and lo and behold if we haven’t printed more than one million copies!