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jGnash is a free (no strings attached!) personal finance manager with many of the same features as commercially-available software. It was created in order to make tracking your personal finances easy, but also provides the functionality required by advanced users. jGnash is cross-platform and will ... [More]
A personal finance management software to keep track of personal finances and manage cash flows. Follows double entry book keeping principles.
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]
Monail does not exist yet ! Monail aims to be a personal finance application. It aims to keep things simple while providing very usefull features. Such features are: multiple simultaneous users, as it is based on a web server (Jetty, provided by the Grails Framework) remotly access to your ... [More]
Moneydance is personal finance software that includes an extension mechanism for adding functions to the software. This project is a container for multiple open source extensions to Moneydance. Feel free to join the project and tweak the code for existing extensions or add your own. Our hope is ... [More]
A report extension to MoneyDance which shows a summary of your current financial state. It shows various types of information like expected balance over the full period based on budgeted values and actual values. It is best viewed over a Year, but any date range can be given. Here is a list of the ... [More]
moolah is a personal finance package with envelope budgeting for Mac OSX Leopard. It's goals are to provide envelope budgeting that is simple and intuitive to use without the confusing clutter and jargon of most envelope budgeting applications. Goals Envelope Budgeting Asset, Liability ... [More]