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Grisbi is a personal accounting program. Grisbi can manage multiple accounts, currencies and users. It manages third party, expenditure and receipt categories, as well as budgetary lines, financial years, and other informations that makes it adapted for both personal and associative accounting.

Grisbi can import accounts from QIF, OFX and Gnucash files. It can print reports using LaTeX or export them via HTML.

Install grisbi in Ubuntu

sudo apt-get install grisbi

This will complete the installation

Using grisbi

If you want to open grisbi Go to Applications--->Office--->Grisbi

Once it opens you should see similar to the following screen

If you are using personal accounting software for the first time, you will need to create accounts in Grisbi for each of your bank, savings and credit accounts. You may also create accounts for your Assets and your Income/Expenses. Ready? Go to the Accounts tab to start creating your accounts.

After selecting your option you can see similar to the following screen for bank accounts

Grisbi reports screen

If you want more on this howto use this application check official documentation here

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6 Comments to “Grisbi – Personal finance management program in Ubuntu”

  1. jamesey says:

    Grisbi is great and all, but mint.com just does it better and easier. Mint is a web app so you can access your accounts from anywhere.

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  2. stevoo says:

    0 upgraded, 62 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.
    Need to get 335MB of archives.
    After this operation, 676MB of additional disk space will be used.
    Do you want to continue [Y/n]?

    Guess what was my answer !

    Isnt that a little too much ?

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  3. n3storm says:

    geee, I thought stevoo was kidding, but it’s true?!

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  4. afv says:

    @stevoo: That’s because it depends/needs LaTeX. Grisbi itself is 905 kB.

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  5. Harry Swift says:

    GREAT! what you had taught is really good to understand and easy to operate.

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