7:30 to 9:00 P.M.
Westchester United Methodist Church
Fellowship Hall
8065 Emerson Ave.
Westchester, CA 90045

Speaker: Stephanie Nordlinger,
LACS Vice President and a long-time user of TurboTax and Quicken.

Topics: Financial Software: TurboTax and Quicken

 Being organized about your finances is essential.
These two inexpensive programs can be very helpful. There are different versions depending on your needs –even free online simple TT tax returns.
You can save money on accountants and tax preparers if you have properly re-corded, organized data. You can look at alternatives (budgeting, taxable transactions, etc.), plan for expenditures, write checks, pay bills, calculate your net worth, and create numerous reports.
Quicken can quickly go to your broker’s website to update your records of transactions and prices. You can search for past purchases or expenses for any reason. .

On Tuesday, April 14, we plan to discuss Quick Books, Money, and using a spreadsheet to keep track of your finances.

Later in the year, we plan to discuss purchasing and banking online and investment information on the Web.

Meet Our Presenter:

Stephanie has been in LACS from its incorporation in 1991.She has been its President, Editor of User Friendly, and is now its Vice President.A retired attorney, she has used Quicken since 1988 for business and personal purposes and TurboTax for a number of years.

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