Features at a glance
Key features include support for a wide range of account types, including Bank, Credit card, Cash, Asset and Liability, transaction scheduling, account details, cheque increment, monthly and annual budget, as well as duplicate transaction detection.
Additionally, the user will be able to easily import his or her accounts from popular financial management applications like Microsoft Money or Quicken, import CSV, QIF, QFX and OFX files, create dynamic reports and beautiful charts.
The application also supports splitting of transaction amounts in multiple categories, automatic transfer of money to other accounts, creation of transaction templates, transaction reminders and tags, automatic assignment of payees and categories, auto-completion, and accounts/reports comparison.
Beautiful, uniform and modern graphical user interface that is easy to use
HomeBank’s graphical user interface is modern, uniform across all supported operating systems, and extremely easy to use, allowing the user to get started in no time using an intuitive welcome screen.
It features a traditional menu bar from where you can easily access the application’s preferences dialog, change between different view modes, manage accounts, payees, categories, budget, templates and assignments, as well as to add and view transactions and reports.
The main window has been designed in such a way that it gives you an instant overview of your accounts, scheduled transactions and where your money goes.
Under the hood, requirements, supported OSes and availability
A quick look under the hood will show us that while the source code is written entirely in the C programming language, the graphical user interface is written with the help of the GTK+ GUI toolkit. The main requirement of HomeBank is GTK+-2.24 or higher, but you will also need the libofx library for importing OFX files.
It is a multi-platform application that runs on GNU/Linux, Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X operating system. Installing HomeBank on a Linux is easy, as 32-bit and 64-bit binary packages are provided on the default software repositories of many distributions, including Ubuntu, Debian, openSUSE, Fedora, Arch Linux, Foresight Linux or Gentoo.
Summing up, HomeBank is the best free multi-platform and multi-language personal finance management application for analyzing your personal finance in detail using powerful tools, and with minimum effort.
Reviewed by Marius Nestor, last updated on August 10th, 2014
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- new : enhanced categories completion (complete is done with partial match on both categories and subcategories)
- bugfix: #1351098 win32: OFX import freeze HomeBank
- bugfix: #1349160 layout are not persisted well on maximized windows
Application descriptionHomeBank is an open source, light, free, easy-to-use and simple application that provides an easy way to manage your f...