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How long have you been meaning to organize your finances? Now, do it -- fast. In this beautifully-structured, easy-to-use guide, Diane Tinney walks you through every step of setting yourself up with Quicken 2001 -- including techniques for automating your finances that'll save you far more time than it'll take you to get started now.
As the title indicates, the book is organized around a weekend, though not everyone will need to follow every step. On Friday night, you'll set up your checkbook. On Saturday morning, you'll automate your accounts -- including printing checks from the computer, automating data entry, and tracking your paycheck. Next, if you like, you'll set up online banking and billpaying. Break for dinner; then you'll come back and automate your investments.
Sunday, you'll start discovering the fruits of your labor. You'll create reports and graphs that show you where you stand financially and how to get where you're headed. You'll set up your tax records and categories to make April 15th a lot less of a hassle. Finally, you'll create savings plans for retirement, college, home purchases, and debt reduction.
Organize Your Finances with Quicken 2001 in a Weekend: It's blissfully simple to follow, full of expert tips, and it'll get you to the finish line a lot sooner than you ever expected. (Bill Camarda)
Bill Camarda is a consultant and writer with nearly 20 years' experience in helping technology companies deploy and market advanced software, computing, and networking products and services. His 15 books include Special Edition Using Word 2000 and Upgrading & Fixing Networks For Dummies®, Second Edition.