KMyMoney

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    KMyMoney is a Personal Finance Manager from KDE. It operates in a similar way to MS-Money. KMyMoney supports different account types, categorization of income and expenses, reconciliation of bank accounts, and QIF import/export.

    Overview

    Homepage of Application https://kmymoney.org
    Authors and Developers Members List
    Downloads Download Pages

    Screenshots

    Financial summary
    Ledgers
    Reports

    See more screenshots!

    Bugs

    Here you can browse and submit bug reports

    Obtaining help

    Please refer to https://kmymoney.org/support.html

    FAQs

    The KMyMoney FAQ's page

    Documentation

    Read the online manual here.

    Development

    Information and resources for developers

    Related Links

    Media coverage:

    • 2018:
     https://linuxinsider.com/story/free-personal-finance-apps-you-can-take-to-the-bank-85693.html 
     https://www.thewindowsclub.com/kmymoney-personal-finance-manager
    
    • 2014
     https://www.linux.com/news/3-personal-finance-managers-linux-comparing-wxbanker-kmymoney-and-gnucash/
     http://bratgrrl.com/gnucash-vs-kmymoney-vs-moneydance/
    
    • 2005
     https://lwn.net/Articles/149383/
     https://lwn.net/Articles/153043/
     https://web.archive.org/web/20081011005610/http://www.downloadsquad.com/2005/08/09/a-brief-chat-with-the-kmymoney-team/
     https://web.archive.org/web/20070622052120/http://gnuman.com/software/kmymoney.html
     https://www.linux.com/articles/49400 (offline)
    

    Some nice things users have said about KMyMoney:

    Copyright and Licence

    Copyright (c) Thomas Baumgart, 2005 Licensed under GNU Free Documentation License

    Donations

    The project currently has no costs, and therefore has not setup a unified way to collect donations. Each individual developer provides a way to receive donations, which will be used project-related or for leisure (which, in turn, helps the project. After all, a happy developer writes better code, right?).

    Thomas Baumgart

    Amazon wishlists (in different countries):


    Alvaro Soliverez

    Fernando Vilas

    Cristian Oneț

    Tony Bloomfield