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How to Track Airline Miles or Points with Quicken 2007

How to Track Airline Miles or Points with Quicken 2007
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    Flexo at Consumerism Commentary blog migrate his financial software from Microsoft Money to Quicken and found out there is a missing feature in Quicken which is to track airline mile points. He finds a way to do that with Quicken's normal account tracking facility:

    One of the features I liked when I used Microsoft Money was the ability to track airline miles or points. I didn’t accumulate many, but it was good to see what I had available in one place rather than going to the individual airline websites.

    I switched to Quicken and I was disappointed to find that there was no similar option. I was determined to find away to track miles, so I discovered a work-around. Here are four easy steps for setting up accounts within Quicken to track your airline miles.

    Quicken Hack: How to Track Airline Miles or Points (With Free Quicken!)

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    Published on January 27, 2020

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