jGnash is a cross platform personal finance application written in Java. jGnash is a double entry system with support for multiple currencies. jGnash can import OFX and QIF files.

Features

  • Double Entry Accounting with reconciliation tools
  • Budgeting with multiple scenario options and export to spreadsheet capability
  • Investment Accounts and automatic import of Stocks, Bond, and Funds price history
  • Nestable accounts with automatic rollup of totals and intelligent handling of mixed currencies
  • OFX, QFX, mt940, and QIF import capabilities
  • Reminders and automatic transaction entry and notifications
  • Intelligent handling of multiple currencies and exchange rates with automatic online exchange rate updates
  • Printable reports with PDF and spreadsheet export capability
  • XML and relational database file formats
  • Operates on any main-stream PC operating system

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  • never even got to use it, can't get past the date import problem. ERROR! to many characters in date. if it can't handle a standard date format 1/2//2017 i doubt Id have much luck with anything else.

  • Went to import QIF file, doesn't recognize qif files (wants to open other types), manually tried to open QIF file... failure.

  • jGnash 2.3 for Windows Requires installation of Java 6.0 first. jGnash is run as a java command -- not added to your Start menu. Requires approving use of 8 software licenses. When you first start a project you have to "configure your database" (for a non-techy not user friendly language). Several UI items are not intuitive: E.g., when you are in an account and click "New" there is no visual feedback. Initial balance should be, but is not a property of accounts. Non-accountants may find the balance sheet orientation rather than bank account orientation off putting. I.e., in a bank account oriented system, you enter a transaction for an account and describe it with a category. In the balance sheet system, you enter a transaction into one account and and specify that it comes from/goes to another account, usually an expense account such as groceries. Autocomplete works okay, but not great. E.g., when you start to type in a payee, when the option is unique you'll be able to autocomplete the name, but no selection prior to uniqueness; the previous amount is filled in, but the account (expense category) is not made to match the previous transaction. When I entered a transaction, then modified it to split the expense categories, the modification seemed to be ignored. Presumably user error, but I could not intuit anything I was doing wrong. I created a security to test managing mutual funds, but after creating it could not see where it went and at this point decided not to pursue the review further.

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Additional Project Details

Languages

French, Ukrainian, Dutch, Lithuanian, Czech, Italian, Hebrew, English, Portuguese, Chinese (Traditional), Chinese (Simplified), German, Spanish, Russian

Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Java Swing

Programming Language

Java

Database Environment

XML-based, db4objects (db4o)

Registered

2001-05-14