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Quicken for tablet

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by alicez, Feb 16, 2017.

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  1. alicez

    alicez Thread Starter

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    I use Quicken on my desktop, but wonder if there is a similar program for a tablet? Something that would allow bank accounts to be input and then inputting payments from the checking accounts for doctor's bills and deposits to the checking accounts for bank interest and then produce reports for each category whenever needed? Especially for year end tax reporting.
    Free, if at all possible???
     
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  3. etaf

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    Does the mobile app do what you require
     
  4. alicez

    alicez Thread Starter

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    Not really, but thanks for the suggestion. I'm looking for something more like a free spreadsheet, where I can list income each month and have a total appear at bottom of column each month. And then a grand total for the 12 months.
     
  5. Triple6

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    If you just want a spreadsheet then you can do that, Microsoft Excel, Google Sheets, as well as man other spreadsheet programs are available for free for mobile devices from the respective online app stores. You can also use OneDrive or Google Drive to store the spreadsheet so that it is accessible from any device and usable from a web browser as well.
     
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    I would hope that the most common spreadsheet program would allow you to use a spreadsheet. So yes to both questions.
     
  8. alicez

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    Thanks. I just wonder if it is free or not. I don't see FREE mentioned anywhere on that page.
     
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    It's free. If you pick an app that costs money, you'll be asked to confirm.
     
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