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CUBudget will be an open-source personal finance application written in Python and wxPython. It is being developed by a Computer Science class at Clemson University. This page is the developer portal, if you are looking for the homepage, go to: http://cubudget.googlepages.com/. Developers should direct themselves to the MainPage
Daily Spent(DS) is an open source software project that intends to be a simple way on counting daily spent, showing statistics, graphs, many consult options, categorization(labels), payment modes etc, with a simple web-based user interface. The Daily Spent has an important difference ... [More]
I hate paying bills, more than that, i hate collecting stacks of paper of bills to be paid. I live in switzerland, there is an armada of banking solutions out there, but none of theme really suits my needs, they are all so dependant on the institution they are from. I think that there is a market ... [More]
This is a Java based web application that mainly features account virtualization. In this way it helps to increase savings and payment of bills through specified savings accounts. Even though you may only have one or two bank accounts, these accounts and the money in them will be broken down into sub accounts for specialized savings projects.
Family Flows is an accounting program for families (or small business), based on flows of materials, services, energy and money. Its concept is very simple: for everything that enters in your home something must exit.
Goal is to create a website where you can do the followings: Keep track of your expenses by telling how much you have spent on what Categorize your spendings Observe different views of your spending history to know What did you spend your last paycheck on? What did you spend the most money on? ... [More]
This application allows you to enter a spending limit for the month, then suggests the amount you can spend each day and still stay under the limit.