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GnuCash 4.0 Released

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Version 4.0 of the GnuCash finance manager is out. Significant changes include a command-line tool for performing a number of functions outside of the graphical interface, explicit support for accounts payable and accounts receivable, translation improvements, and more.

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    There are designs like the David Chaum’s DigiCash and GNU Taler which do have technical solutions for anonymous peer to peer transfers. Digicash declared bankruptcy, GNU Taler is brand new. Pure peer to peer and customer to merchant could operate in a disconnected setting, but for small amounts.

GnuCash 4.0 Free Accounting Software Released with Major...

  • GnuCash 4.0 Free Accounting Software Released with Major New Features

    Coming two years after the GnuCash 3.0 series, GnuCash 4.0 is here to introduce a plethora of new features and improvements, as well as updated dependencies, which include GCC 8.0 or Clang 6.0, CMake 3.10, Boost 1.67.0, gettext 0.19.6, GTK 3.22.30, Webkit 2.14.1, and Glib 2.56.1.

    Highlights include a new gnucash-cli command-line tool for updating the prices on books and run reports by name or guid directly from the command line, and the ability to save entry column widths in the Business Document Column (Invoices, Bills, and Employee Vouchers) as defaults for each type of document.

GnuCash 4.0

  • GnuCash 4.0

    GnuCash is a personal and small business finance application, freely licensed under the GNU GPL and available for GNU/Linux, BSD, Solaris, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows. It’s designed to be easy to use, yet powerful and flexible. GnuCash allows you to track your income and expenses, reconcile bank accounts, monitor stock portfolios and manage your small business finances. It is based on professional accounting principles to ensure balanced books and accurate reports.

    GnuCash can keep track of your personal finances in as much detail as you prefer. If you are just starting out, use GnuCash to keep track of your checkbook. You may then decide to track cash as well as credit card purchases to better determine where your money is being spent. When you start investing, you can use GnuCash to help monitor your portfolio. Buying a vehicle or a home? GnuCash will help you plan the investment and track loan payments. If your financial records span the globe, GnuCash provides all the multiple-currency support you need.

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