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KMyMoney - KDE finance management

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Money management. It’s generally not very fun, but it’s something we all have to deal with.

There are several open source applications for finance management, GnuCash being one of the most well known and a very strong contender.

Over on the KDE specific side, we have KMyMoney, currently at version 0.8.7.

After the home screen, you go through an initial setup process, which involves creating a new data file and answering some initial questions. For those unfamiliar with KMyMoney, this can seem a little daunting as it’s not clear exactly what some of the options mean.

Once you’re created, however, it is very simple to set up your various institutions and accounts and start entering data into the system.

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