Sunday, February 07, 2010
Manage your money in Linux with HomeBank: "For many Linux users one area where Linux needs some improvement is money management. Yes there is the very powerful GnuCash (check out GnuCash in my article “GnuCash: Open source Accounting/Financing goodness“). But many users find GnuCash to be too much power for what they need. There is also the slick KMyMoney, but that depends upon KDE. So what do the non-power, non-KDE users have? One option is HomeBank. HomeBank is a free, open source personal accounting software – with the focus on PERSONAL. So with HomeBank you don’t have to worry so much about the complexities of dealing with a double-entry accounting package. Instead, you will find a pleasant, easy-to-use piece of software that will server as a painless interface between you and your checking/savings accounts."
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