GnuCash

GnuCash

Free
GnuCash is a personal and small business finance application
4.2  (17 votes)
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GnuCash is a powerful and flexible financial accounting tool that is suitable for individual use and also for small businesses. It allows you to track your bank accounts, stocks, income and expenses. Are you going to buy a vehicle or a new house? GnuCash will help you plan the investment and track loan payments. With GnuCash you can also keep track of your checkbook. You will be able to track cash money as well as credit card purchases to better determine in what exactly your money is being spent.

One great feature of GnuCash is that the program was created to work on professional accounting. You can import files from QIF, OFX and HBCI format. You will be able to create and study very complete reports, generate statistical graphics with many data, schedule current payments, etc.

If you are the owner of a small business, GnuCash will also let you to manage your financial accounts of your enterprise in an easy way. You will be able to: create and maintain a client list, schedule a calendar of payments and cashing, manage your payslip employees, create invoices, etc. The program also has a built-in financial calculator, and a useful function to remind you expired invoices.

Daniel Mantilla
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Pros

  • Easy to learn how to use it.

Cons

  • None.

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peter

peter I've been using for 4 years. Good accounting program.

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adam

adam Thanks and looking forward to using this.

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Guest

Guest Visiting GnuCash's web site, one finds that the lastest release is 2.3.10.
Also one finds, that all the 2.3.x releases so far have been 'unstable' releases.
The latest 'stable' release is 2.2.9.

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