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Does anyone have any recommendations for home accounts software? I've looked at GnuCash and Grisbi and don't really like either. I'm currently an MS Money 99 user and would (if ...
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    Home Accounts Software


    Does anyone have any recommendations for home accounts software? I've looked at GnuCash and Grisbi and don't really like either. I'm currently an MS Money 99 user and would (if possible) like similar (and easy) functionality.

    Capn' Haddock

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    KMyMoney version 0.8
    If you use ms money or quicken then you will like this program
    it's very easy to use.

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    Thanks for that. Unfortunately, I forgot to mention in the original post I'm running FC6 & Gnome, so KMyMoney not usable (I'm not good enough to compile the source yet).

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    Quote Originally Posted by haddock2685
    Thanks for that. Unfortunately, I forgot to mention in the original post I'm running FC6 & Gnome, so KMyMoney not usable (I'm not good enough to compile the source yet).
    I would expect FC6 to have a KMyMoney package. OpenSUSE has an rpm for it.

    A couple other free apps are Eqonomize! and HomeBank. Both are in Ubuntu's repositories, but I'm not sure about Fedora Core.

    Kapital and Moneydance are two non-free options.

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