Buddi – personal finance and budgeting software

Buddi is a personal finance and budgeting program.

The software is targeted at users with little or no financial background who need a simple application to help manage their finances.

It allows users to set up accounts and categories, record transactions, check spending habits, etc.

Features include:

  • One of the easiest personal finance tools to use.
  • Budgeting tools.
  • Reporting tools.
  • Graphs.
  • Plugins to extend functionality including:
    • Report – make new reports for Buddi.
    • Import / Export / Synchronize – allow the transfer of data between Buddi and another application.
    • Generic – to extend core functionality.
    • Balance Sheet.
    • Dashboard.
    • Export plugins: CSV, QIF.
    • Graphs: By Parent Category, Net Income over time.
    • Import plugins: CSV, CSV Import Done Right, Legacy Buddi Data, QIF.
    • Skin chooser.
  • Available in English, German and Norwegian.

Website: buddi.digitalcave.ca
Support: FAQ
Developer: Wyatt Olson
License: GNU GPL v2

Buddi

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