The best accounting utilities for Linux

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As you already know, unfortunately the January slope has begun, in which the accounting skills of people are put to the test to balance all the accounts. These tasks are much easier to do with a good accounting program than with a calculator and paper.

Today we are going to talk about the best accounting programs that exist in Linux, since this way weso you can balance your accounts be self-employed or private for free and without having to resort to Windows for it.

home bank

Let's go first with this comprehensive program for accounting. Homebank is of French origin and its main characteristics are the possibility of importing data from other programs, detecting the dreaded duplicate accounts and it is available in more than 56 languages. It has the peculiarity that it is also available for the Windows operating system. To download it, go to the Official Site of this accounting program.
homebank accounting program

Buddi

One of the best accounting programs available for Linux whose main attraction is the possibility of adding your own extensions or plugins to fully customize to your liking the program, for example a plugin that shows you graphics. In addition, it also has many tools to import files from other accounting programs or even spreadsheets. Discharge we have it here.
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kmymoney

A very popular accounting package included in the famous KDEapps included in the KDE desktops, also working on other non-KDE desktops. Although the program is somewhat old, it has elements necessary for a program of this type such as being very precise and being very easy and intuitive to use if you are a newbie. To download it, download the KDEapps if you have KDE or the separate program in any repository.

kmymoney

LibreOffice Calc

To perform accounting tasks, the Libre Office spreadsheet could not be missing, which is ideal for you if you are a person who only needs to do some simple table and you don't want to complicate life too much. To download it you need the complete LibreOffice package, which you have here.

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Bonus for accountants: Wine

The famous program to load Windows programs will allow you to run the typical Windows accounting programs such as Contaplus or Microsoft Excel.

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  1.   Guillermo Montero Garcia said

    Missing KEME Accounting. A multiplatform and opensource project. I have discovered it recently and from what I am seeing it seems the only alternative in Linux for professional use. It is worth a look.

    http://keme.sourceforge.net/

    1.    jorssoftware said

      good contribution Guillermo with KEME thanks for making this kind of software known for the GNU / Linux system

  2.   jorssoftware said

    Good for AZPE interesting selection of software of this type I like them when they present new applications

  3.   Daniel said

    Without a doubt Keme is the best accounting program for professionals that exists right now for Linux. I encourage you to try it, I discovered it 4 years ago and supposed that it would definitely kick contaplus

  4.   Syous said

    You lack a heavyweight like gnucash

  5.   Daviduuuu said

    How is it possible that Gnucash is not on this list!

    It even has an app in the Play Store that syncs with the desktop app.

    It is worth it.

  6.   Mikel said

    +1 for Keme. I encourage you to take part in their help forum.

  7.   Jose Luis mateo said

    Can anyone make it easy for me to install Kmymoney on Linux Mint? for clumsy like me.

    Thanks mates

  8.   Jose Luis Mateo said

    I answer to myself, I have version 5.2 but I can't install it.

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