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A homebanking application using the german HBCI standard. All information (accounts, transactions, addresses,..) are stored encrypted into an embedded database (H2). language: Java, (SWT-UI). Runs as a plugin within the Jameica framework. It also works with a mysql-database and is able to run as ... [More]
My Money is a high quality personal financial software written from ground up to work with online bank statements. Simply download your transactions from bank web site and they are automatically entered into electronic register. My Money: - Instantly organizes financial records.Eliminates ... [More]
FIX4NET is a .NET Financial Information eXchange (FIX) protocol library. It includes a TCP/IP engine, messages built for FIX version(4.0/4.2/4.4), and flat file message database. With this library you should have little difficulty establishing FIX connections in .NET.
Knipptasch is a personal accounting application aimed to be the most simple and intuitive software for basic use.
PIM Xtreme is a free Open Source application for management of personal information (PIM: Personal Information Manager) configurable and highly flexible (or at least that is the goal). It aims to be a powerful organizer for your personal data. You can handle information such as Contacts, Notes ... [More]
a double-entry bookkeeping plugin for the jameica framework. it uses the german account system "SKR03/04".
What is Bean.Counter?Bean.Counter is a lightweight personal finance application. It will feature budgeting, easy reporting, and OFX/QFX data import. Bean.Counter is written in Ruby and uses Ruby-GNOME2 GUI library. You might also be interested in these wiki pages: WhyBother : Why another ... [More]
Fin-allyProject OverviewFin-ally (Financial Ally) is a financial analysis and expense tracking tool written in Python using a wxWidgets GUI framework and a SQLite database layer. This tool is intended to address and answer a number of simple financial questions, such as: What do I spend my money ... [More]
Status: Pre-Alpha | Source Checked In: Yes | Release Available: No | Documentation: None (see gnucash documentation) | The plan is to target any platform that supports .NET or Mono: Solaris, Linux, Windows, Mac, (BSD?). It will start out as a porting project of gnucash. The first milestone is set ... [More]