Here's Balm For The T&E Blues
As an avid user of Quicken for Windows, the popular personal finance software program from Intuit, I have a pretty good fix on where my hard-earned loot disappears each month. By segregating my expenses into categories, I've discovered, to my chagrin, just how much I've squandered on eating out and compact disks. But keeping track of the cash I lay out on business trips is more challenging. Try as I may to stuff receipts in my wallet, I still seem to come up short at expense-report filing time. One solution would be to lug around a notebook computer with Quicken on it. Devoted as I am to the software, however, it's not practical to boot up a laptop just to record the fare each time I step out of a taxi.
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