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  1. Hello,
    You have a very informative website and would like to work with you!
    I would like to know if you accept pre-written blog post with links! Could you please give me the general rates?
    I hope to hear from you soon!
    Kind Regards,
    Mark!

  2. Mark,

    Thanks for your interest in writing for the blog. What topics would you be interested in writing about and what links would you want to include in your articles? Let me know and perhaps we can figure something out!

    Rob

  3. I’m trying to find the best way to continue to use my Quicken program which has several files on it, from two different locations, two different homes in two different states. Because we will be going back and forth, spending a month here, a month there, will be important to have the programs and files sync. What’s your recommendation on how best to accomplish this? I can upgrade to whatever version of Quicken is best, and can use Apple products (iPad, iMac,iPhone) or Microsoft, whichever is better. Thanks very much for your help.

  4. Robert says:

    Richard,

    I tend to keep my version of quicken no more than 1 version behind the current. Since quicken 2013 is current, I would recommend upgrading to that if you’re running anything older than quicken 2012! I personally use sugar sync to keep my files in sync across multiple devices. It works well with quicken files, so long as you remember to close the quicken program when you are done and allow time for the sugar sync agent to back up the file(s). You will like sugar sync as it stores multiple versions of the file, which can help you recover if a file is corrupted.

  5. Robert,

    This is Stephen. We worked in the past with my office 365 app. I need some help with something and was hoping you had a few mins to call me.

  6. Stephen,

    Thank you for the opportunity to assist you today! Let me know if I can assist again in the future!

    Rob

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