Personal and small-business finance manager
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.
Grisbi is a very functional personal financial management program with a reasonable set of homefinance features.
esniper is a lightweight console application for sniping eBay auctions.
Calculates income tax form entries, help do your taxes.
OTS is a safe, secure, easy-to-use program for calculating Tax Return Form entries, and determining your tax-owed or refund-due, for Federal or State personal income taxes. Includes updated versions for US 1040, Schedules A, B, C, D, and for several states. OTS provides both graphical and textual interfaces for quickly filing out your tax forms.
This is a C library to check the validity of German and Austrian Bank Account Numbers. All currently defined test methods by Deutsche Bundesbank (Dec 2017: 00 to E4) are implemented. Modules for AWK, Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby, C#.net and VB.net are included too. The package includes also an IBAN converter to generate (german) IBANs and BICs from account data. All currently defined IBAN rules by Deutsche Bundesbank are implemented (Dec 2017: 57 rules) and tested against independent solutions.
This is the LibOFX library. It is a parser and an API designed to allow applications to support the OFX banking standard (mostly used for bank statement download). To my knowledge, it is the first working OpenSource implementation on the client side.
track time spent, keep a diary, to-do list, generate reports, bills
GnoTime (formerly GTT, the Gnome Time Tracker) is a desktop utility for tracking the amount of time spent on projects, keeping a to-do list, maintaining a diary, and generating reports and invoices based on that time.
XLW is a C++ wrapper for the Excel C API described in the Microsoft Excel 97 Developer's Kit. It makes xll programming automatic. Its powerful interface will empower your C, C# or C++ numerics by embedding them in Excel just like the built-in functions.
A library to check bank account numbers and bank codes (BLZ) of German Banks. It is based on the specifications of the "Deutsche Bundesbank".
A set of investment tools
A set of tools to drive your personal finance and financial independence.
Financial Derivatives Calculator with 168+ Models (Options Calculator)
A real-time financial derivatives calculator supporting 168+ models from QuantLib, Financial Numerical Recipes in C++ and MetaOptions. Matrices of prices are created with iterating strikes and/or months. A strike control system can produce any strike. A generalized date engine can calculate re-occuring distances to any industry used expiration into the future. Spread engine with spread views. Models Supported: Black-Scholes, Merton-73, Black-76, Roll Geske Whaley, Garman KohlHagen, Jump Diffusion, Quanto, Vasicek Bond Option, Turnbull Wakeman Asian, TimeSwitchOption, Look Barrier, Bachelier, PartialTimeBarrier, GapOption, Extreme Spread Option, Simple Chooser, ComplexChooser, PartialFixedLB, Executive, CashOrNothing, Extendible Writer, OptionsOnOptions, BAWAmericanApprox, BSAmericanApprox, AssetOrNothing, Bisection, BAWbisection, BSbisection, Gfrench, Gcarry, Swapoption, Complex Chooser, Super Share, EquityLinkedFXO, Spread Approximation, BinaryBarrier and more
mtCellEdit is a lightweight spreadsheet program
mtCellEdit is a lightweight spreadsheet program that is designed to handle simple day to day tasks. I have put the most important facilities I want into a small customized program which means I can avoid the problems of larger programs such as slow operating speeds and overcomplicated user interfaces.
HomeAccount is an application to record and calculate personal finacial data.
European options tool, compound calc, finance manager for traders...
European options tool, compound calc, finance manager for traders... The Black-Scholes model for calculating the premium of an option was introduced in 1973 in a paper entitled, "The Pricing of Options and Corporate Liabilities" published in the Journal of Political Economy. The formula, developed by three economists – Fischer Black, Myron Scholes and Robert Merton – is perhaps the world's most well-known options pricing model. Black passed away two years before Scholes and Merton were awarded the 1997 Nobel Prize in Economics for their work in finding a new method to determine the value of derivatives (the Nobel Prize is not given posthumously; however, the Nobel committee acknowledged Black's role in the Black-Scholes model). Read more: Options Pricing: Black-Scholes Model| Investopedia http://www.investopedia.com/university/options-pricing/black-scholes-model.asp#ixzz4T9rfuUyJ