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Posted 12/3/2012 21:59 (#2731524 - in reply to #2731397)
Subject: Re: quicken vs quick books.....

Soutwest Ks.
I still run Quicken and get along real fine with it. As far as classes, I'm not sure what is being referred to but Quicken gives a person almost unlimited amount of categories to properly identify expenses. I had to set up my own categories to put the proper tag on everything. Very simple to use and writing checks is so very nice. I'm still running a 2007 version of Quicken and it gives me the option to keep updating evertime I click it on for free. I think you have to pay for QuickBooks updates if I understand correctly. That being said, I do think tax accountants would give the nod to the Quickbook, as it is a true double entry bookkeeping system. I hope I haven't said more then I know!!
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