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Money Manager Ex – easy-to-use personal finance software

Money Manager Ex (MMEX) is a cross-platform, easy-to-use personal finance software. It primarily helps organize one’s finances and keeps track of where, when and how the money goes. It is also a tool to get a bird’s eye view of your financial worth.

Think of MMEX as a computer checkbook which enables you to balance your accounts, organize, manage and generate reports for your finances.

MMEX includes all the basic features that the vast majority of users would want to see in a personal finance application. The design goals are to concentrate on simplicity and user-friendliness – something one can use on a daily basis.

The software models the real financial world through concepts of transactions. A transaction is an financial event where money/services are exchanged. Such transactions could be making a payment towards a loan, buying a car, eating out at a restaurant and so on.

Features include:

  • Intuitive, simple, fast, and clean.
  • AES Encryption Support.
  • Maintain checking, credit card, savings, stock investment accounts.
  • Budgeting.
  • Maintain and Track Fixed Assets with depreciation.
  • Reminders for recurring Bills and Deposits.
  • Simple one click reporting.
  • Cash Flow Forecasting.
  • Graphs, Piecharts.
  • Does not require an install. Can run from a USB key.
  • International language support (Available in 24 languages).
  • Import data from any CSV format, QIF [ Microsoft Money ].
  • Printing, Exporting to HTML, CSV.
  • Non-Proprietary SQLite Database.
  • Ability to handle multiple currency across accounts.
  • Internationalization of currency formatting.
  • Unicode support for all data storage.
  • Track closed Accounts.
  • Setup accounts as favorite accounts.
  • Track your Bills and Deposits- Create bills & deposits to be reminded of your upcoming bills and deposits so you never miss a payment or deposit.
  • Account Summary Views and Navigation- An easy to use tree view navigator to navigate across accounts and summarized views of your accounts, upcoming bills & deposits and income vs. expenses.
  • Budgeting- Setup budgets for a calendar year and see how you are doing over time.
  • Importing, Exporting and Printing- Ability to import, export and print your account information.

Support: Wiki, GitHub Code Repository
Developer: Nikolay Akimov, Stefano Giorgio, Lisheng Guan, and many others
License: GNU General Public License v2.0

Money Manager Ex
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MMEX is mainly written in C++. Learn C++ with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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