Documentation for gnucash, a personal finance tracking program
DescriptionGnuCash provides accounting functions suitable for use by small businesses and individuals. It can track finances in multiple accounts, keeping running and reconciled balances. There is support for customer, vendor and employee processing. It has an X based graphical user interface, double entry, a hierarchy of accounts, expense accounts (categories), and can import Quicken QIF files and OFX files. This package contains the GnuCash Help Manual and the GnuCash Tutorial and Concepts Guide. The Help Manual is a quick reference of how to accomplish specific tasks and how to use the features in GnuCash. The Tutorial and Concepts Guide is an in depth guide to the concepts behind using GnuCash with a tutorial to show how to put those concepts into practice. These documents are available in HTML, PDF and DocBook formats (the latter is intended to be viewed with the GNOME Help browser). Translations in German, Italian and Japanese are also included in this package (for Japanese, only the guide is available).
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