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  1. C:\> choco install gnucash

    Package testing. See package page for more details. GnuCash 3.4


    *GnuCash* is personal and small-business financial-accounting softwre, freely licensed under the [GNU]( GPL and available for GNU/Linux, BSD, Solaris, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows. Designed to be easy to use, yet powerful and flexible, *GnuCash* allows you to track bank accounts, stocks, income and expenses. As quick and intu... More information

  2. C:\> choco install homebank

    Package testing. See package page for more details. HomeBank 5.2.2


    HomeBank is a free software (as in "free speech" and also as in "free beer") that will assist you to manage your personal accounting. It is designed to easy to use and be able to analyse your personal finance and budget in detail using powerful filtering tools and beautiful charts. If you are looking for a completely free and easy application to ma... More information

  3. C:\> choco install moneyguru

    Package testing. See package page for more details. moneyGuru 2.10.1


    moneyGuru is a personal finance management application. With it, you can evaluate your financial situation so you can make informed (and thus better) decisions. Most finance applications have the same goal, but moneyGuru's difference is in the way it achieves it. Rather than having reports which you have to configure (or find out which pre-configur... More information

  4. C:\> choco install banana-buchhaltung

    Package testing. See package page for more details. Banana Buchhaltung 9.0.3


    Banana Buchhaltung, accounting software for Windows, OSX and Linux. Limited version is free (as in beer).

  5. C:\> choco install ledger

    Package testing. See package page for more details. ledger


    Ledger is a powerful, double-entry accounting system that is accessed from the UNIX command-line. Ledger, begun in 2003, is written by John Wiegley and released under the BSD license. It has also inspired several ports to other languages.