Skrooge is a personal finance management tool for KDE 4. It has the aim of being a highly intuitive application, while providing powerful functions such as reporting, persistent Undo/Redo, encryption, and more.
This software applications is targeted at individuals who want to keep track of their income, expenses and investments.
The choice of the name Skrooge was inspired by Charles Dickens’ novel A Christmas Carol, where the principal character, Ebenezer Scrooge, a cold-hearted, tight-fisted and grumpy old man, is visited by the Ghost of Christmas Past, the Ghost of Christmas Present, and the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come. These ghosts change Ebenezer Scrooge’s ways such that he becomes a model of generosity and kindness.
- Create templates of operations.
- Mass update of operations.
- Group and ungroup operations.
- Several tabs to help you organize your work.
- Infinite undo/redo (even after the file is closed).
- Build advanced, highly customizable graphical reports, to analyse your financial status in depth. A variety of different graph types is provided: Stack, Histogram, Line, Point, Pie, and Concentric Pie.
- Instant filtering on operations and reports.
- Infinite levels of categories.
- Scheduled operations.
- Track refund of your expenses.
- Automatically process operations based on search conditions.
- Stock management.
- Fast operation:
- Search as you type.
- Refund trackers.
- Customizable attributes including date formats.
- QIF import.
- CSV import/export including splits and transfers.
- CSV import is able to oncatenate many attributes in “comment” or “payee”.
- Import/Export: Comma Separated Value (CSV), Quicken Import File (QIF), Skrooge, KMyMoney and XML formats.
- Import Open Financial eXchange (OFX), Quicken (QFX), GnuCash, Grisbi, and HomeBank formats.
- Plugins to extend functionality:
- Dashboard – a Skrooge plugin that displays global information about your financial situation.
- Search & Process – allows you building complex queries to find operations, and optionally apply them some transformations.
- Multi currencies.
- Use standard KDE dialogs for password management.
- Support for mt940 files.
- Import “Money Manager EX” file.
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