what a shining load of recycled bovine brunch!

    Just for grins and giggles, I decided to see what happened if I re imported the exported file from Quicken (export to a qif file, then re
import it).
    I think I found where the Enron accountants. $50,000 in expenses weren't transferred, five years of income were even mention (an $87,000 deficit) and a $77,000 loan was left as a debit, rather than the asset it was.
    All in all, a net worth of two hundred thousand is transformed into $80 in debt. Thanks Intuit, for this reassuring little exercise.
    And while we're at it, I'll be arbitrarily changing your names as I go, because chowderheaded fools meets my criterion quite well.
    Say, maybe someone could write a simple accounting program that would work just a like a checkbook, and keep track of your income and expenses. Think there might be a market for such a product?
    Oh well, I didn't have anything else to do this year end, a major paper chase while I change to another package will just fill in the time nicely.
tschus pyotr
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You take one lousy week off to join Thorax at the Elvis concert, and this
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    I'm switching to that - in fact that was why I had everything in one huge GIF file. there is going to be a lot of hand reconciling to integrate the last couple years (some of which I needed to do anyway). the balances are "off", but not as bad as Quicken's were.
    Nice thing about four day workweeks are the three day weekends for "projects".
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