Personal and small-business finance managerRead More
GnuCash is a personal and small-business finance manager with a check-book like register GUI to enter and track bank accounts, stocks, income and expenses. GnuCash is designed to be simple and easy to use but still based on formal accounting principles.
- Double-Entry Accounting
- Stock/Bond/Mutual Fund Accounts
- Small-Business Accounting
- Reports, Graphs
- QIF/OFX/HBCI Import, Transaction Matching
- Scheduled Transactions
- Financial Calculations
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I moved to GnuCash from Quicken to manage my personal economy at the end of 2012 and this software has been growing on me ever since. I love following up my spending with reports and graphs and the latest release (2.6) features major usability improvements in this area with configurable custom reports and more visually appealing graphs which definitely struck a chord with me. Big thumbs up to all the developers! Keep up the great work!
I've used Quickbooks for a couple years now and have been *very* dissatisfied. GnuCash's clear interface, discoverability, and transparency have added a new dimension to accounting productivity. I have read the (excellent) guide and now understand double-entry accounting better than I ever have, and am now using it to track personal finances. If, Lord willing, I start a business, this will be an easy go-to solution even for AR and AP!
Para mi sin duda es el mejor programa para llevar un control exhaustivo de nuestros gastos personales. Además de que es gratis y código libre, por lo que no tendremos problemas para utilizarlo en Gnu/Linux. Para quien esté interesado en un manual de como funciona recomiendo que busque en el google: "Sobreviveconpoco Gnucash Herramienta para el control del gasto" (Es un artículo de un blog de sobreviveconpoco.com) Está todo explicado al detalle. Un saludo y espero que os ayude.
I have been using Quicken for 20 years, but I have always been dissatisfied. Quicken is limited, and they never seem to make progress quickly enough. It seems like they are always working against the user. So I have been following Gnucash for many years, waiting for a time when it might be an acceptable alternative. Unfortunately, Gnucash is not even close to being mature software yet. The documentation is excellent. Very rare to see excellent documentation in a free-software project. However, the software itself (under Windows 8) does not work at all. The stable version 2.4.13 will not even open. I am sitting and looking at the start-up screen now on my computer, which has frozen at the splash screen. Version 2.5.5 (unstable) lives up to its name. Although it gets past the splash screen, it crashes when attempting to save a transaction into PostgreSQL. So, I will continue to monitor this project. Maybe in another 10 years...