KMyMoney is an easy to use personal finance manager for KDE. Essentially it can categorise expenses and several currencies, as well as provide online banking support.
|Operating System Support||Windows 8, Windows 2012, Windows 2008, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 10, Windows 98|
|Available Languages||English, French, Polish, Chinese, Italian, German, Japanese, Spanish|
|Date||Friday, November 23rd 2018|
Don’t worry, KMyMoney supports a wide range of account types and is relatively straightforward to use and get the most out of.
Key features include:
- Over 160 pages of user documentation.
- Several predefined reports/charts.
- QIF importer.
- Straightforward usability.
- Banking support via QIF, OFX & HBCI.
- Online transaction download.
The creators of KMyMoney say that they had three ultimate objectives when designing the program; accuracy, ease of use and providing familiar features. It uses time-tested, double entry accounting principles – which intend to make sure all finances are presented in order.
KMyMoney comes with easily understandable features, so that anyone can achieve results with this open source personal finance manager – even the most non-technical user.
The architects behind the program say their current release “is closer than ever” to providing all the important features usually found in commercial downloads of its kind. They add that more improvements are already planned too.
Overall, KMyMoney is a free and easy to use method of keeping your accountancy in check. This personal finance manager for KDE has several handy features and has attracted rave reviews on forums all over the internet.