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What is GnuCash?
GnuCash is an accounting program distributed as freeware under the GNU GPL license. The software provides the user with a program integrated with various utilities for keeping track of the user’s finances.
Designed for individual users and small business owners, the program allows the user to keep track of their bank accounts (Checking and Savings) and regular expenses such as car tax, gasoline, insurance payments, parking, service and maintenance, clothing, utility bills, and food.
Small business owners meanwhile can keep track of invoices, accounts receivables, accounts payables, expense vouchers, payroll, and taxes. The program is integrated with a payroll module and tax module for automatic computations.
The program can automatically compute the user’s net assets, regular expenditures and profits. A Wallet features is also included, which allows the user to keep track of all expenses incurred each day. Here, the user can break down their daily expenses, taking note of everything they spent on, on a particular day, i.e. hanging out with friends, gift, clubbing, dining out, hair cut, postal service, coffee and laundry.
GnuCash can be run on Windows, Mac OS X, BSD, Solaris and GNU/Linux.
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File types supported by GnuCash
Our users primarily use GnuCash to open these file types:
About file types supported by GnuCash
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Last updated: : June 14, 2013