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Been having a nose for summat similar to Quicken or MS Money. Best the penguin has on offer that I can find is GnuCash and MoneyDance2004. Anyone had any experience ...
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    Linux Personal Financial Apps


    Been having a nose for summat similar to Quicken or MS Money.

    Best the penguin has on offer that I can find is GnuCash and MoneyDance2004.

    Anyone had any experience with these or have other recommendations?

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    I have never used MoneyDance, but I've been using GnuCash for about three months after having used Quicken for about four years. It's not as bloated as Quicken, but I never used any of that extra crap anyway. I can balance my checkbook, credit cards and bills and get detailed reports of where my money goes. I haven't tried the import/export with .qif files.

    I've been thinking about switching to KMyMoney, just for fun and to support KDE.

    Note: None of these apps support direct syncing with a Palm Pilot, which worked flawlessly with Quicken. You'd think it wouldn't be that hard to implement?

    Have fun!
    Jeremy
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