Microsoft Money 2004 for Dummies

Microsoft Money 2004 for Dummies

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This title includes a glossary to help you better understand financial terms. Keep track of your bills, get reports on your finances, and manage your cash flow. Taking charge of your finances does not mean yelling 'Charge it!' (Although you can probably charge this book, if you choose). Inside, you'll find out how easily Microsoft Money 2004 can help you manage your money, keep track of your accounts and investments, plan for retirement, be prepared at tax time, and a whole lot more. Discover how to: set up accounts and record transactions; download bank statements; schedule payments so your bills get paid on time; analyze investments and loans; track assets and liabilities. This title features: the dummies way explanations in plain English; 'get in, get out' information Icons and other navigational aids; and, tear-out cheat sheet; top ten lists; and, a dash of humor and fun.show more

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  • Paperback | 354 pages
  • 187.96 x 231.14 x 22.86mm | 521.63g
  • John Wiley & Sons Inc
  • Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
  • Foster City, United States
  • English
  • 0764541951
  • 9780764541957
  • 2,209,359

About Peter Weverka

Peter Weverka (San Francisco, CA) is the author of more than two-dozen computer books. There are more than 500,000 copies of his previous works in print and several have been translated into as many as 12 different languages. Peter has also written articles and stories for Harper's, SPY, and other magazines.show more

Table of contents

Introduction.Part I: Setting Up and Starting Out.Chapter 1: Introducing Money.Chapter 2: Setting Up Your Accounts.Chapter 3: Recording Your Financial Activity.Chapter 4: Categorizing Your Spending and Income.Chapter 5: Reconciling, or Balancing, an Account.Chapter 6: Writing and Printing Checks.Part II: Going Online with Money.Chapter 7: Getting Ready to Go Online.Chapter 8: Banking and Bill Paying Online.Chapter 9: The High-Tech Investor.Part III: Getting Your Money's Worth.Chapter 10: Some Important Housekeeping Chores.Chapter 11: Pinching Your Pennies.Chapter 12: Planning for the Years Ahead.Chapter 13: Preparing for Tax Time.Part IV: Improving Your Financial Picture.Chapter 14: Reports and Charts for Seeing Where You Stand Financially.Chapter 15: Money for Homeowners and Homebuyers.Chapter 16: Tracking Assets, Liabilities, Loans, and Mortgages.Chapter 17: Money for Investors.Part V: The Part of Tens.Chapter 18: Ten Things You Should Do Periodically.Chapter 19: Ten Ways to Good Health - Financially Speaking, That Is.Chapter 20: Ten Things to Do If You Are Self-Employed.Chapter 21: Ten Things Ex-Quicken Users Should Know about Money.Glossary of Financial Terms.Index.show more

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