Microsoft Money 2005 For Dummies

Microsoft Money 2005 For Dummies

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Shows people how to organize and manage their personal finances, create a budget, reduce debt, pay bills, balance a checkbook, and build a financial plan for the future using Microsoft Money, the #2 personal finance software, with approximately four million users Walks people through Money basics and helps them take charge of their finances, including setting up online banking accounts, recording transactions, writing and printing checks, and reconciling accounts Covers organizing finances by category, researching investments online, preparing for tax time, and planning for the future Revised throughout to cover the latest enhancements in the software From a veteran For Dummies author who has written more than two dozen computer books
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Product details

  • Paperback | 360 pages
  • 190 x 230 x 28mm | 739.35g
  • John Wiley & Sons Inc
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 0764573039
  • 9780764573033
  • 1,075,881

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Set up a bill-paying schedule and bank onlineManage finances by category and create reports that show you where you standYou can do a lot with Money, so spend a little of it on this book! Inside, you'll see how to set up accounts and manage transactions with Money 2005, categorize what comes in and what goes out, print checks, and balance your budget. An entire investment section will even help you use Money to make money!Discover how toSet up accounts, reconcile them, and print checksTrack investment activityEstimate your taxes in advanceBack up your financial dataSchedule payments so they're on timePlan ahead
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About Peter Weverka

Peter Weverka has written more than two dozen computer books as well as stories and articles for popular magazines. His books have been translated into 16 languages.
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Table of contents

Introduction. Part I: Setting Up and Starting Out. Chapter 1: Introducing Money. Chapter 2: The Basics. Chapter 3: Setting Up Your Accounts. Chapter 4: Recording Your Financial Activity. Part II: Banking with Money. Chapter 5: Categorizing Your Spending and Income. Chapter 6: Reconciling or Balancing an Account. Chapter 7: Writing and Printing Checks. Part III: Money for Investors. Chapter 8: Setting Up Investment Accounts. Chapter 9: Tracking the Value of Your Investments. Chapter 10: Researching and Analyzing Your Investments. Part IV: Getting Your Money's Worth. Chapter 11: Some Important Housekeeping Chores. Chapter 12: Pinching Your Pennies. Chapter 13: Planning for the Years Ahead. Chapter 14: Preparing for Tax Time. Part V: Improving Your Financial Picture. Chapter 15: Reports and Charts for Seeing Where You Stand Financially. Chapter 16: Tracking Assets, Liabilities, Loans, and Mortgages. Part VI: Going Online with Money. Chapter 17: Getting Ready to Go Online. Chapter 18: Banking and Bill Paying Online. Part VII: The Part of Tens. Chapter 19: Ten Things You Should Do Periodically. Chapter 20: Ten Ways to Good Health - Financially Speaking, That Is. Chapter 21: Ten Things to Do If You Are Self-Employed. Chapter 22: Ten Things Ex-Quicken Users Should Know about Money. Glossary of Financial Terms. Index.
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