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How to Set Up a Rental Property in Quicken 2013 or 2014

The Quicken Rental Property Manager provides everything available in Quicken 2013 or 2014. To track rental properties with Quicken, you need to describe each property. To describe a property, follow these [more…]

Describe Your Tenants to the Quicken Rental Property Manager

The Rental Property Manager version of Quicken 2013 includes tools for tracking both your rental properties and your rental income and expense. When tracking rental expenses, one of the first things you [more…]

Record Tenant Rent Payments in Quicken Rental Property Manager

In the Rental Property Manager of Quicken, you can record your tenant's rent payments. After you describe your properties and your tenants, you can begin recording tenant rent payments as tenants pay you [more…]

Are Your Investments Tax-Deferred?

If your investments are tax-deferred — if, for example, you’re using individual retirement accounts (IRAs), Simple-IRAs, Roth accounts, or 401(k)s — you don’t really need to track investment income and [more…]

How to Pick a Mutual Fund

Here are a handful of tips about how to pick a mutual fund from a former registered investment adviser and current CPA who has seen countless real-life examples of people’s investing successes and mistakes [more…]

Set Up a Tax-Deferred Investment Account in Quicken 2013

If you need to track a tax-deferred investment in Quicken 2013, you need to know how to set up a tax-deferred account and then record your investment activities. Understanding how tax-deferred investment [more…]

How to Record Your Initial Investments in Quicken 2013

After you set up an investment account in Quicken 2013 and describe the securities in the account, you can record an initial purchase of the investments. Of course, you need to know the original price [more…]

How to Track Investments Purchases in Quicken 2013

As you buy additional investments — by contributing additional amounts to your retirement account or by reinvesting dividends and capital gain distributions — you should record the transactions in Quicken [more…]

How to Record Investment Profits in Quicken 2013

You need to record your investment profits in Quicken 2013. Perhaps regularly, you’ll receive distributions directly from the investment account’s investments that you don’t immediately reinvest. Instead [more…]

How to Record Sold Investments in Quicken 2013

In Quicken 2013 selling mutual fund shares works basically the same way as buying them — only in reverse. To record the sale of shares held in an investment account, perform the following actions: [more…]

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