Hi Debbie, there is no quick easy answer, once you setup your check book in quicken you have to go throughthat initial phase of entering transactions, assigningthem to catagories so you can "track" them or importthem to tax software etc. but once over this hill, itdoes become almost a joy, quicken will let you scheduleand fill in tracsactions at what ever time you specify.It frees you up from the repetative tasks. I know thatmy utility bills, car payment etc. are being recordedin my check register on the proper dates, mutual funddeductions are bieng recorded in the check register andtransfered and recorded into thier proper account andyou can set up quicken to prompt you with a reminder orit will record these transaction in the background.In my humble opinion the initial work is worth it. Goodluck in whatever you decide.thanks, marty1
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