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Linux Bank Account tools

On Tue, 05 Sep 2006 21:58:10 -0400
Matej Cepl <ceplm at> wrote:

> jbk wrote:
> > Are there any Account tools that can import Quicken file
> > formats. I use Quicken 5 which is late ninety's. I guess the
> > next question is do they support categories etc...
> Both GNUCash and KMymoney2 can do it. Both supports categories although
> GNUCash calls them differently (being true double accounting based in
> inside, things are little different, although IMHO better).
I've been using Moneydance for a number of years when I converted from
Quicken. Moneydance is Java based and portable. However, in contrast to
GNUCash and KMymoney2, it is not free. When I converted, GNUCash would
not run.
Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
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