HomeBank is a fast, simple and easy to use program to manage your accounts.
It has a lot of features such as easy analysis with graphical charts (statistics, budget, overdrawn, car cost), multi-accounts support, budget management, reminder, import from OFX/QFX-CSV files, visual status of operations.
It is based on GTK+ 3.x.
The software has a smart look and feel and a quick start-up speed.
- Payee assign to transactions.
- Categories and subcategories assign to transactions.
- Simple annual budget.
- Transaction import in CSV format (homebank specific format).
- Pre-defined transactions, which can be automated.
- Pre-filling of transactions from a bookmark.
- Dual pad of cheque and automated cheque number increment.
- Add transactions by inherit from existing ones.
- Multiple transactions edit for each columns at once.
- Easy transfer between accounts, which can be automated.
- Dynamic transactions filter everywhere.
- Visual paymode and additional info text field.
- Visual status of transactions.
- Transaction remind (kind of ‘post-it’).
- Dynamic minor currency display toggle for Euro countries.
- Analysis features – Dynamic, easy and powerful reports with graphical charts:
- Complete filter for every transaction fields.
- Easy period change with some useful presets.
- ‘Statistics’ is the main report and show results computed by: Payee, Categories, Months, Years.
- ‘Budget’ track the decay from what was normally planned.
- ‘Overdrawn’ focuses on the balance and point transactions in the ‘red zone’.
- ‘Car cost’ analyze your car specific costs and consumption of fuel.
Developer: GNU GPL v2
License: MIT License
HomeBank is written in C. Learn C with our recommended free books and free tutorials.
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