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  3. HomeBank is a free software. Use it to manage your personal accounts. It is designed to easy to use.

  4. A personal and small-business financial-accounting software, licensed under GNU/GPL and available for Linux, Windows, Mac OS X, BSD, and Solaris.


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

  7. KMyMoney is a personal finance manager for KDE.

  8. Online tools for personal finance, budgeting, and bill reminders. Split bills and IOUs with friends and roommates.

  9. Moneydance is a powerful yet easy to use personal finance app for Mac, Windows, Linux, iPhone and iPad.

  10. Take control of your money now with Personal Capital. Manage assets and investments, get objective advice and strategies, all in one place.

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Lanya saysJanuary 20, 2017 at 12:07 amJim, you say that CountAbout is β€œone of the few” that can import data from mint. What are the others with that capability?Thanks!Reply Jim Wang saysJanuary 20, 2017 at 7:14 amHi Lanya, there are instructions online for exporting your Mint.com data into a list of transactions as a .CSV and...
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CountAbout is browser-based and offers two versions: Basic, which is most appropriate for budgeting novices, and Premium, which has more in-depth features. The first costs about $10 a year as of 2017 and Premium will run you about $40 a year.

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