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Best Finance Software for Ubuntu

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Though there are a lot of finance software available for Windows and Mac, our very own Ubuntu isn’t that far behind when it comes to tools that help you manage your money. There are a lot of great finance software available for Ubuntu that you can start using right away.

So, without much ado, here are some of the best finance software for Ubuntu:

Darhon Finance

Darhon is a personal finance program that helps you track your credit cards, bank accounts and investments. It is very user-friendly and can handle multiple currencies, bank reconciliations, split transactions and more.

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