Money managers for Linux

April 4, 2017 - Linux

Linux offers tons of great applications for any desktop user, but did you know that you can also get some very useful money managing apps? A writer at MakeTechEasier has a helpful roundup of 5 Linux personal finance applications.

Ada Ivanova reports for MakeTechEasier:

There is certainly no shortage of financial apps available for Linux. If you are looking for an app to help you keep track of the money you earn and spend, take a look at five of the best personal finance managers for Linux.

For simple bookkeeping, you can use a spreadsheet such as LibreOffice Calc. For more advanced tasks, a personal finance manager is much better. Some of the managers available might be too complicated for an ordinary user, but others are simple and can be used by non-accountants as well.

  1. GnuCash
  2. KMyMoney
  3. Skrooge
  4. Buddi
  5. PLCash

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