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Quicken 2016 The Official Guide, 5th Edition by Bobbi Sandberg

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Chapter 9

Monitoring Assets and Loans

In This Chapter:

   Understanding assets and debts

   Reviewing loans

   Creating asset and debt accounts

   Creating a loan

   Viewing loan information

   Making loan payments

   Modifying loan information

   Adding and disposing of assets

   Updating asset values

Assets and debts (or liabilities) make up your net worth. Bank and investment accounts, as discussed in earlier chapters, are examples of assets. Credit card accounts, as covered in Chapter 5 are examples of debts or liabilities. However, you may want to use Quicken Personal Finance Software to track other assets and debts, including your house or family car, as well as any loans related to those assets. By including these items in your ...

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