Manage your personal accounts at home with homebank in Ubuntu
HomeBank benefits from more than 10 years of user experience and feedback. Its development started in 1995 on Amiga computers. It is now available on GNU/Linux, FreeBSD, MacOSX and Amiga. A version for Microsoft Windows is being considered.
If you are looking for an easy way manage your accounts then HomeBank should be the software of choice. Take some time to try it out, you won't regret it.
Here is why HomeBank is... different:
transaction import in CSV format (homebank specific format)
pre-defined transactions, which can be automated
pre-filling of transactions from a bookmark
dual pad of cheque and automated cheque number increment
add transactions by inherit from existing ones
multiple transactions edit for each columns at once
easy transfert between accounts, which can be automated
dynamic transactions filter everywhere
visual paymode and additional info text field
visual status of transactions
transaction remind (kind of ‘post-it')
dynamic minor currency display toggle for Euro countries
Dynamic, easy and powerful reports with graphical charts:
complete filter for every transaction fields
easy period change with some useful presets
‘Statictics' is the main report and show results computed by: Payee, Categories, Months, Years
‘Budget' track the decay from what was normaly planned
‘Overdrawn' focuses on the balance and point transactions in the ‘red zone'
‘Car cost' analyze your car specific costs and consumption of fuel
payee assign to transactions
categories and subcategories assign to transactions
simple annual budget
Install homebank in Ubuntu
sudo aptitude install homebank
This will complete the installation.
If you want to open homebank go to Applications--->Office--->HomeBank
Once it opens you should see similar to the following screen
Homebank version details
If you want to know howto use this http://homebank.free.fr/help/index.html check this documentation