4 Comments to “Manage your personal accounts at home with homebank in Ubuntu”

  1. zeddock says:

    Will not import. CSV is shown as Unrecognized file.

    zeddock

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  2. Sinner says:

    HomeBank requires a specific format (columns order) to csv fle to be recognised.
    This is the reason why. The format is described here:

    http://homebank.free.fr/help/index.html
    Section 2. Usage
    CSV file format

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  3. ttripkitt says:

    I’m managing to import .qif files OK, but when I save and quit, then return to homebank, the accounts show but there’s not transactions. Any idea what I’m doing wrong?

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  4. Savings Accounts says:

    As the name specified “home bank” means a software which give us facilities to manage our accounts. It gives us multi-account facility. We can easily know about our bank as well as other accounts. It analysis our account and it is very dynamic and powerful report with graphical charts etc, one can easily understand it. I personally like this software.
    Savings Accounts

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