Personal Finance Management

For a long time I’ve been using plain old spreadsheets to keep track of my personal finance using OpenOffice Calc. Just yesterday stumbled upon this nice tool GnuCash. As per what I’ve read on it, it pretty much does what Quicken or Microsoft Money does, but a lot lighter. Another plus point that I see is that you can run it on multiple platforms (pretty soon I’ll be migrating to Ubuntu). So I’ll have give this one a shot and from the looks of it, you got to know some amount on bookkeeping to realize the potential of it 🙂

3 thoughts on “Personal Finance Management

  1. :)With the recent news about big corporations doctoring their books to say they are rich, you can take a hint; all be it just to try the tool 😉

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