Software Alternatives & Reviews

5 open source alternatives to Mint and Quicken for personal finance

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  1. Free personal finance software to assist you to manage your money, financial planning, and budget planning tools. Achieve your financial goals with Mint.

    [Seeking Advice] How Can I manage money better: 23, moved to... about 4 days ago

    Use mint ( to track budget. Put a hard cap on food. Very easy to go over, especially when you start off. You feel like you make a lot of money so you go all out but then you spend like $500 on takeout in 2 weeks :|.
  2. Stay in control of your monthly cash flows, budgets, and expenditures. Quicken provides a navigable interface where you can organize your debit, credit, and savings, and build good habits accordingly.

    Quicken 2017 Woes - KMA White Screen to Contact Quicken for... about 10 days ago

    There are a couple threads on here and on that discuss similar problems, but I have reviewed them and tried those solutions with no joy.
  3. A personal and small-business financial-accounting software, licensed under GNU/GPL and available for Linux, Windows, Mac OS X, BSD, and Solaris.


    Budgeting App/ Program about 6 days ago

    GnuCash, free and opensource software that you run on your computer Https:// exactly for manual entry, has graphs, can track investments, etc. Not the prettiest one, but gets things done.
  4. HomeBank is a free software. Use it to manage your personal accounts. It is designed to easy to use.

    Gnucash – open-source accounting software for personal and... about 5 months ago:

    I use HomeBank [1] because I find the UI a lot simpler than GnuCash and importing mostly just works, with pretty good automatic category assignment that lets you use regular expressions. The only quirk is that one of my accounts uses a non-standard ordering for its csv file which needs fixing before HomeBank will accept it since the import UI is limited. I also find that it is useful to track the database file...
  5. KMyMoney is a personal finance manager for KDE.

  6. Money Manager Ex is a free, open-source, cross-platform, easy-to-use personal finance software.

  7. Skrooge allows you to manage your personal finances, powered by KDE 4.x.

    Envelope/zero-based budgets in KMyMoney? about 3 months ago

    There's also Skrooge which very similar if KMoney doesn't work.
  8. Microsoft Office Excel is a commercial spreadsheet application.