Personal finance tool implemented using Mono
Another would-be-Quicken substitute implemented in Java .
It doesn't speak QIF (Quicken Interchange Format), but does store data in text files. Conversion utilities could probably be written to turn its data files into QIF and vice versa.
Another checkbook management program that runs under X, using the "XForm" application builder utilities.
Moneydance - something of a "Quicken"/"GnuCash" clone written in Java. It is proprietary software sold under a traditional sort of EULA. It supports dynamically loaded extensions; perhaps the most interesting is an interface allowing you to run Python scripts within Moneydance.
Computes loan amortization schedules
A checkbook application writting using FLTK
DTAUS is a software package implementing paperless money transfer with German banks that accept transfer information on floppy disk media.
This package contains a library that reads and writes German DTAUS files.
DTAUS is an acronym for DatenTraegerAUStausch. It is used by German credit institutes in order to transfer commands for money exchanges between accounts. This format is used both between banks and between banks and their customers.
One mainly wants to use it to be able to do automatic "Bankeinzuege".
This package probably will only be useful in Germany.
A QT -based personal finance package.
Guess which language it's written in?
A Gnome-based personal finance package written originally in French, interesting in that it provides specific support for the Euro. (As other European currencies fall by the wayside, "special Euro support" may become of decreasing interest, mind you...)
And the list has grown from a treatment of Canadian institutions to something well beyond... It is getting a bit dated, as it omits Google Chrome.
This is a (go figure!) German accounting software package that apparently runs on Windows und Linux, and seems to have (based on my feeble skills reading German) support for importing data from some of the German online banking systems.
It does not appear free software, with pricing starting around 60 EUR.
It's licensed under the GPL , but needs Java libraries and such that's less likely to be free...
A Java -based application for managing budget information.
A Java -based budget package that runs on various OSes.
Simple accounting for the financially-disinclined™
etrack - a simple package to track expenses
A GNOME package for managing personal budgets.
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