The amount you earn from selling an investment for more than you paid for it.
The amount you lose from selling an investment for less than you paid for it.
A label used in Quicken to identify an income or expense, so Quicken can report on how you spend your money and where it comes from.
See also [ subcategory ]
A window in Quicken where you can edit and add new categories for tracking transaction amounts.
A Quicken account that corresponds to your real-world checking account. You can enter payments (bills) into the checking account and use Quicken to print checks to pay those bills.
The total amount of cleared transactions.
A transaction you check off while reconciling your account, indicating that the transaction has been executed by your bank or financial institution. You can mark a transaction as cleared when your account statement (from the bank or financial institution) shows the transaction.
See also [ reconcile ]
credit card account
An account set up to track credit card debt in Quicken.