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HomeBank

HomeBank

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 GTK2.

The software has a smart look and feel and a quick start-up speed.

 HomeBank 5.0.2

Price
Free to download

Size
2.4MB
License

GNU GPL v2

Developer
Maxime Doyen

Website
homebank.free.fr

System Requirements
GTK+-2.10 or higher
libofx for OFX file import

Support:
User Manual, Mailing Lists

Selected Reviews:
Linux Insider, blogspot

Features include:

  • Multi-accounts
  • 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 transfert 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
    • 'Statictics' is the main report and show results computed by: Payee, Categories, Months, Years
    • 'Budget' track the decay from what was normaly planned
    • 'Overdrawn' focuses on the balance and point transactions in the 'red zone'
    • 'Car cost' analyze your car specific costs and consumption of fuel
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