Economize! is a new KDE application for managing your personal finances
Economize! is a new KDE application for managing your personal finances. Economize! features bookkeeping by double entry, with support for scheduled recurring transactions and keeping track of investments in securities.
The focus of Economize! is efficiency and ease of use (with a clean and simple interface) for the small household economy.
There are no homepage yet as I am still not sure if Economize! is the best name for this application (suggestions are welcome).
Download Economize! 0.1
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