GnuCash and Budgeting

Joel Finlinson joel.finlinson at gmail.com
Mon Sep 19 23:19:19 MDT 2005


On 9/19/05, Jordan Gunderson <jordy at gundy.org> wrote:
> Ross Werner wrote:
> > Speaking of gnuCash (and doing my part to swing the thread back
> > on-topic), does anyone have any suggestions for good Linux software for
> > budgeting? GnuCash is great, but (at least as far as I know) it doesn't
> > have any budgeting capabilities.
> >
> > All I'm looking for is the ability to have several categories, and when
> > I get a paycheck, put money in the categories, and when I spend money,
> > take it out of one of the categories. Any success stories?
> 
> Gnucash can totally due that.  You add accounts, put money in when you
> get it, and take it out when you spend it.
> 

   For those looking for a 'QuickBooks replacement', AppGen is very
close.  http://www.appgen.com/aptus/my_books_professional.htm  (Costs
$99/2-user license compared to $199/single for QB)

Here's some other choices too:  http://www.aaxnet.com/design/linuxacct.html



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