Quicken


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Quicken

A popular financial management program for PCs and Macs from Intuit, Inc., Mountain View, CA (www.intuit.com). It is used to write checks, organize investments and produce a variety of reports for personal finance and small business.
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It was only from feeling himself nearer the ground and from the peculiar smoothness of his motion that Vronsky knew how greatly the mare had quickened her pace.
After roughly a year in partnering with financial institutions to offer mortgages, Quicken Loans reports that a significant number of CUs have opted to use its mortgage platform for their mortgage lending needs.
BusinessPeople TASTING SESSIONS Quicken Tree Restaurant MORE than 90 diners were invited to be restaurant critics at a venue near Coventry this month.
Lord Mandelson urged the firm's Indian owners Tata Motors to "quicken the pace" of negotiations over a package of support for JLR.
Callan said: "When I asked him to quicken I had everything covered and he quickened up really well."
Also, Quicken software (www.quicken.intuit.com) can help you do everything from track spending to pay your bills online.
QUICKEN was painless to load and comes with a neat but compact manual.
Borrowing from the legacy of the Turbo desktop products, the online version has features like Automated Tax Return and Just-in-Time imports from Quicken 2001 plus the convenience of Web filing.
Powered By Quicken, New Service Provides Simple Way To Pay Electronic, Hard Copy Bills Online
Inuit Inc is currently in talks with Netscape Communications Corp to try and hammer out a deal to integrate Navigator with the next version of Intuit's Quicken, called, not surprisingly Quicken 2000.
is offering to take its eight million Quicken personal finance software users online.
Ten years ago, Cook and Intuit co-founder Tom Proulx insisted they could sell lots of copies of an inexpensive check-writing program called Quicken; venture firms and retailers were convinced Quicken was a dead-end idea.