gnucash

Personal and small-business financial-accounting software
  http://www.gnucash.org/
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  20 reviews



Gnucash provides accounting functions suitable for use by small businesses and individuals. It can track finances in multiple accounts, keeping running and reconciled balances. There is support for customer, vendor and employee processing. It has an X based graphical user interface, double entry, a hierarchy of accounts, expense accounts (categories), and can import Quicken QIF files and OFX files.
Latest reviews
5
Darroch 1 year ago

Brilliant! The only thing missing is the ability to encrypt and password protect accounts from within the program like commercial accounts packages

5
tkp-no 1 year ago

Have done full accounting for Small to medium companies with Sage and Quickbooks - but for personal and Small biz operations this is excellent

5
stargazerpjs 1 year ago

Very powerful small business accounting package, using gnucash for my business, I found this is a very customizable accounting package if you have a basic understanding of accounting and booking keeping

5
dr_costas 2 years ago

Works well. I had to install via synaptic the libdb-sqlite3 to open my sqlite gnucash files (so that I can open it on android phone with "Domburi Cash"). Now I am using it in Windows, Linux and Android :)

4
fred_Jose 2 years ago

Love it

5
James31254 2 years ago

Love it! Have been using it for 2 Years. I was so glad to dump quickbooks!

5
icebishop 3 years ago

Best financial software ever, I used for 7 years for my personal counts and it is fast same the first date

4
d3howard 3 years ago

I have tried to keep my finances organised using spreadsheets in the past, and this is 1000x better. I love that it's double-entry accounting -- I think it provides really robust records. I love that you can transfer between accounts, and split a transaction up into several components.

4
Supp3rMario 4 years ago

Like it

5
Hammer459 4 years ago

I have used GnuCash since my first business in 2001. Simple to use and powerful enough to keep my accounant quiet :-)

5
Wombatacus 4 years ago

Gnucash is my accounting package of choice. Even after our business got Reckon Accounting for Windows...I went right back to Gnucash and in Linux! It has all the features I need and not a bunch of junk that I don't.

5
DaveC49 4 years ago

An apology At least 2.6.1 installs not 1.2.6 . Updates are not so bad . Apologies

3
Edwinz-80 5 years ago

Only version 2.4 is available at the software manager. When will 2.6 be available? Thanks.

3
windtalker 5 years ago

Used Gnucash for 5 years due to must have feature. BUT... your Software Manager is LAME... with version 1.2.4.13??? I had to go to gnucash.org to get the current 2.6.3

4
ynikolski 5 years ago

Nice!

1
spaarks 5 years ago

No multiple currency support.

5
3dBloke 5 years ago

For anyone stuck on Windows with unsupported Quicken, as I was until quite recently, GnuCash is the answer to your problems. I began with the Windows version, migrating my Quicken data with a little tweaking, and now am free to move to Linux full-time. Thanks for a great piece of software. It's free, but anyone who finds it valuable really ought to donate at least once.

5
drizad 6 years ago

The best personal money management software for linux. I have been using it for more than 10 years!

4
LM-Newbie 6 years ago

it's a good software

5
trurl9 6 years ago

Been using it 5 years or longer. Track stock, options in this fine financial diary.