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kmymoney

personal finance manager for KDE
http://kmymoney2.sourceforge.net
Score:
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12 reviews
Description:

KMyMoney is the Personal Finance Manager for KDE. It operates similar to MS-Money and Quicken, supports different account types, categorisation of expenses, QIF import/export, multiple currencies and initial online banking support.

User reviews:
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sgrolleau
1 year ago
5 289/5000 After 1 year and a half of use I find this software really fantastic. It meets all my needs and has many options to make the entry of accounts really effective. Customizable reports are also very well designed. I highly recommend it.

sunil-mahajan
2 years ago
5 Thank you very much, this is very useful app.

arez
3 years ago
4 Не дурно!

FiretronP75
4 years ago
5 I really enjoy using this! By far my favorite finance manager!

seedlessboy
4 years ago
5 Excellent software! Replaces Quicken, and doesn't leave files all over the place the way Quicken does.

rdipippo
4 years ago
4 Would be nice to access the calculator from within the program instead of separate.

podxboq
5 years ago
5 Much more complete than paid software in windows or mac.

Kajko
5 years ago
5 Excellent software to keep control of your finances!

tuxlepingouin56
5 years ago
4 Mes comptes au quotidien

MelW
5 years ago
5 Very good software. It does everything MS Money used to do on Windows and so far (over 6 months now) has been very reliable on both Mint 14 and 15. The only disadvantage is the amount of KDE stuff that is installed with it, but if you can put up with that it's excellent.

emtiu
6 years ago
5 I've been using this software for six years (no joke!), and it's been doing wonders for me. Just magnificent!

pef_
6 years ago
5 I've been using it weekly for more than 4 years now, for my personal accounting (ok, sometimes only monthly). Once you understand how double-entry accounting works, it's very straightforward to use. I particularly like the automatic payee matches when importing ofx files, the scheduled transactions, the budgeting feature and the reports that come with it. Speaking of the reports, one small cons : they're highly customizable but still, at times you may be frustrated by the lack of this or that little tweak. Overall, however, it's a really, really good piece of software, well-thought and highly reliable : though I can remember it crashed once, I never lost any data in those past 4 years (even after fiddling with the xml file).