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Personal finance manager based on double-entry bookkeeping

KMyMoney is a personal finance manager by KDE. It comes with a large set of features while being easy to use for the non-technical user.

It supports different account types, categorisation of expenses and incomes, reconciliation of bank accounts and import/export to the “QIF” file format. Direct download using the OFX and HBCI formats is also possible via plugins. Online banking support (statement download) is also provided for the OFX and HBCI protocols.

Details for KMyMoney

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Last updated
  • 18 August 2023 - latest/stable
  • 2 October 2023 - latest/candidate

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Users by distribution (log)

Ubuntu 22.04
Ubuntu 24.04
Ubuntu 20.04
Ubuntu 23.10
Debian 12
Linux Mint 21.3
KDE Neon 22.04
Zorin OS 16
Zorin OS 17
Ubuntu 18.04
Arch Linux
Linux Mint 20.3
Ubuntu 23.04
Fedora 40
pop 22.04

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