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    HomeBank

    HomeBank is a free software. Use it to manage your personal accounts. It is designed to easy to use. Analyse your finances in detail using powerful filtering tools and...

    Free Open Source Mac OS X Windows Linux S60 BSD

    • HomeBank is an hyper simple app, using Excel would be much more complete Guest • Dec 2017 • 0 agrees and 3 disagrees Disagree   Agree
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    You Need A Budget

    Personal home budget software built with Four Simple Rules to help you quickly gain control of your money, get out of debt, and reach your financial goals!.

    Commercial Mac OS X Windows Web Android iPhone ... Kindle Fire CrossOver

    • GnuCash is banking software with a budget component. YNAB is budget software with no pretense of banking functionality. Guest • Nov 2015 • 7 agrees and 0 disagrees Disagree   Agree
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    InvoicePlane

    InvoicePlane is a self-hosted open source application for managing your quotes, invoices, clients and payments. The application comes with various options, templates and...

    Free Open Source Self-Hosted

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    Mint.com

    Mint.com is a free web-based personal financial management service for the US and Canada. Mint brings all your financial accounts together online, automatically...

    Freemium Web Android iPhone Android Tablet iPad ... Apple Watch Kindle Fire

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    • It only works in the US and Canada and offers very little functionality outside online banking, e.g. it doesn't support cash accounting or other, more advanced functionality. Guest • Oct 2016 • 8 agrees and 0 disagrees Disagree   Agree
    • Mint is not completely free and available only in the US Guest • Mar 2017 • 6 agrees and 1 disagrees Disagree   Agree
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    KMyMoney

    KMyMoney is a personal finance manager for KDE. It enables users of open source operating systems to keep careful track of their personal finance by providing a broad...

    Free Open Source Mac OS X Windows Linux

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    Financisto

    Open-source personal finance manager for Android platform * Multiple accounts with multiple currencies * Scheduled and recurring transactions *...

    Free Open Source Android

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    Skrooge

    Skrooge allows you to manage your personal finances, powered by KDE 4.x. Thanks to its many features, it is one of the most powerful way to enter, follow, and analyze...

    Free Open Source Mac OS X Windows Linux

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    Stoq

    The suite of applications Stoq is an innovative set of business management applications available as free and open source software. High usability Interfaces...

    Free Open Source Windows Linux Python GTK+ PostgreSQL

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    moneyGuru

    moneyGuru is a personal finance management program. moneyGuru display your important financial data (net worth, profit) is constantly up-to-date and "in your...

    Free Open Source Mac OS X Windows Linux

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    Ledger

    Ledger is a powerful, double-entry accounting system that is accessed from the UNIX command-line. This may put off some users, since there is no flashy UI, but for those...

    Free Open Source Mac OS X Windows Linux

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    Quicken

    Quicken is Americas #1 personal finance software. Make money management easy. Take control of your personal finances. Quicken makes it easy to manage your spending...

    Commercial Mac OS X Windows Android

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    Grisbi

    Grisbi is a personnal accounting application running under GNU/Linux and Windows, released under the GPL licence. Our aim is to provide you with the most simple and...

    Free Open Source Mac OS X Windows Linux

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GnuCash Comments

Comment by shanesemler
about GnuCash · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful 6 Helpful Report as spam

If you're looking for something simple and easy to use to balance your bank account, this is NOT it. Messy and over-complex for home use.

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Comment by Franciska
about GnuCash · Nov 2012 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

Hello everyone,

I have a question about using gnucash.
I wonder if gnucash is able to save all of item inventory and make a print out for invoice and others.

Thank you before.

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Comment by drezha
about GnuCash · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

Easy to use and detailed - one of the best apps I've used cross platform (cross platform is important to me - I use linux and Windows and prefer to have inter operability).

Fine if you don't use the software to download data from banks (I manually enter data - slower but more reliable and lets me assign spending to categories I want) - Portable GNUCash is a nice touch as well.

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Comment by Mickets
about GnuCash · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

I installed it on my laptop with Windows XP Professional SP2, and it worked fine.

Then I installed it on my desktop PC, also with Windows XP Professional SP2. And it would never load, and would consume 50% of the CPU.

This is a known problems with it running in Windows, and removing / re-installing didn't solve it.

SOLUTION: copy program folder and configurations folder from Laptop to Desktop: now it runs fine on the desktop as well.

The problem now is that Gnu Cash, despite being very complete and a powerful software, uses > 200Mb HD space. it may be a complex program for a simple home user.

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Comment by ShayneHolmes
about GnuCash · May 2017 · Helpful Not helpful -2 Helpful Report as spam

Powerful, requires learning some basics around double-entry bookkeeping, but that keeps you honest, too. Fitting your finances to the GnuCash model usually results in elegant decisions.

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