Eqonomize! is a personal accounting software for KDE.
The application focuses on efficiency and ease of user for the small household. It provides a complete solution, with bookkeeping by double entry and support for scheduled recurring transactions, security investments, and budgeting.
The software also gives a clear overview of past and present transactions, and development of income and expenses, with descriptive tables and charts, as well as an approximation of future account values. It is a quality application with a wealth of features.
- Bookkeeping by double entry.
- Transactions: expenses, incomes, transfers, and security transactions.
- Transaction properties: description, value, quantity, date, payee/payer, comments, from/to account/category, and additional for securities.
- Split transactions.
- Refunds and repayments.
- Schedules transactions, with support for a wide range of recurrency schemes, and confirmation and occurrence.
- Parameters of the last entered transaction, with the same description, is automatically filled in when a description is entered (with auto-completion).
- Stocks, bonds, and mutual funds.
- Supported transactions: buy and sell shares, trade shares between different securities, dividends, and reinvested dividends.
- Displays value, cost, profit and yearly rate, with present total or for a specific period.
- Estimates future value and profit based on previous quotation changes and dividends.
- Enhanced budgeting features.
- Monthly budget for incomes and expenses categories.
- Exclude categories from the budget.
- Displays previous months performance.
- Predict future account values based on the budget and scheduled transactions.
- Flexible charts and reports.
- Displays total values of accounts and categories for at present or a specified date, and value change, as well as budget/remaining budget, for a period.
- Each transaction list displays basic descriptive statistics and supports filtering of transactions based on date, value, category/account, description, and payee/payer.
- Line charts and tables for display of change of profits, incomes and expenses over time, for all categories, a specific category, or a specific description within a category. Can display value, daily average, monthly average, yearly average, quantity, and average value for a quantity.
- Pie charts and tables for comparison of expenses or incomes between different categories, descriptions or payees/payers. Can display value, daily average, monthly average, yearly average, quantity, and average value for a quantity.
- Saving, import, and export:
- Data is saved in a human readable and editable xml file.
- Flexible QIF import and export.
- Displayed data can be saved to a html or csv file, for display online and editing in a spreadsheet.
- Can import transactions from a csv file, for example a spreadsheet file, with a customizable number of variable transaction parameters.
- Tables can be saved as html files and charts in a number of different image formats, including png and jpeg.
- Backup on save, crash recovery.
- Translations: Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Slovak, French, German, Swedish.
Developer: Hanna K
License: GNU General Public License v2.0
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