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Quicken

A major line of accounting software primarily for individuals and microbusinesses. Quicken allows one to complete taxes and track expenses. Quicken is marketed toward businesses that are too small to justify the extensive services offered by Quickbooks.
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Up-to-the-Minute Information -- Pocket Quicken provides instant access to up-to-date financial information.
Business Travel Expense Tracking -- Pocket Quicken makes it easy to track business travel expenses.
Pocket Quicken provides the value and functionality essential to the success of handheld computing devices like the HP OmniGo 100 organizer.
Easy to Use - Pocket Quicken works the way people work throughout the day.
The new Pocket Quicken on BOOKMAN represents the first time Pocket Quicken is available on a device which retails for under $130, with an expected retail price of $99.
Pocket Quicken is specially designed for easy use on-the-go; users can track any type of transaction for all types of accounts such as checking, savings, credit cards and cash.
With Quicken 2001's improved Portfolio Export to Quicken.
To help consumers more confidently invest their 401(k), Intuit introduced the Quicken 401k Advisor via Quicken.
4 With Quicken 2001 Deluxe for the Macintosh, consumers have the tools to stay on top of their investments, plan for the future and, for a nominal fee, even consult a real-life expert to help them achieve proper 401(k) asset allocation.
Intuit develops and markets QuickBooks(R), the most popular small business accounting software; Quicken, the leading personal finance software; and TurboTax, the best-selling tax preparation software.
com, QuickenMortgage, Quicken Business CashFinder and Quicken Financial Planner, among others, are trademarks and/or service marks of Intuit Inc.