Tutorial #Q5-5: Enter Car Loan

Intro: This tutorial is for people who created a Quicken account to track their vehicle, and in so doing mentioned the fact that they also have a loan that they would like Quicken to keep track of.

Step 1: Enter Loan Information
The Edit Loan window appeared as soon as you finished entering your car information (if this is not the case, you can skip this tutorial). Enter the requested information about your original mortgage loan. Click Next to continue.

Step 2: Enter Current Loan Information
Enter the current balance on your loan and the amount of your payment that represents principal and interest. Click Done to continue.

Step 3: Verify Loan Information
Make sure the information presented on this screen is correct, and make any changes necessary. Enter the name of the bank or financial institution to whom you make your loan payments.

Step 4: Complete the Payment
Once you make sure everything on this screen is correct, click ok to close this Edit Loan Payment window.

Step 5: Quicken's Services
The last screen encourages you to connect to the Internet where the kind folks at Intuit will link you to a service that will provide an estimated value of your vehicle. You can click Yes to go on-line and view this feature now, or No to close this window, knowing that you can always go to www.quicken.com at a later date if you are interested in this or any of their on-line features.


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