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About GnuCash

GnuCash is personal and small-business financial-accounting software, 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 intuitive to use as a checkbook register, it is based on professional accounting principles to ensure balanced books and accurate reports

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Every transaction must debit one account and credit others by an equal amount. This ensures the books balance: the difference between income and expenses exactly equals the sum of assets and liabilities.
The GnuCash checkbook-style register provides a custom, convenient and familiar interface to entering financial transactions. The register supports common checking and credit-card transactions, as well as income, stock and currency transactions. The following features are also provided: The ability to enter split transactions The ability to mark a transaction as cleared or reconciled Autofill of entered transactions The ability to display multiple accounts in a single register window A summary bar that displays all of the relevant account's balance information Many options to customize the appearance and the display style
You can create recurring transactions with a high level of customization of amounts and timeline. You can also set an automatic reminder when a transaction is due. An assistant that runs when GnuCash is started allows scheduled transactions to be postponed without canceling or entering them before the due date.
GnuCash has an integrated module to display graphs of your financial data in the form of: Barcharts Piecharts Scatter plots GnuCash also comes complete with a full suite of standard and customizeable reports, such as: Balance Sheet Profit & Loss Portfolio Valuation and many others. Graphs and reports can be highly and easily customized in appearance and contents, in order to fullfill every user's need.
Account reconciliation allows the user to compare the transactions entered in an account against a bank statement. This operation is very useful to spot untracked transactions or data entry errors and ensure that your books match the bank's. The GnuCash reconcile tool with running reconciled and cleared balances makes reconciling against bank statements an easy task.
Different accounts can be denominated in different currencies. Currency movements between accounts are fully balanced when double-entry is enabled.
GnuCash by default stores data in an xml format. Starting with version 2.4, GnuCash financial data can be stored in a SQL database using SQLite3, MySQL or PostgreSQL. Note this feature is considered experimental. It works for most of the common use cases but some corner cases have been reported to result in data loss. The GnuCash developers fix each issue as it gets reported. There is however no full test coverage so there may still be scenarios left that result in data loss.
If you are migrating from other financial software, GnuCash can import Intuit® Quicken® QIF files using a practical assistant. GnuCash is also the first free software application to support the OFX (Open Financial Exchange) protocol that many banks and financial services are starting to use. A transaction matching system ensures that duplicate transactions are accurately recognized and automatically deleted during file import.
GnuCash runs on many different operating systems including Windows, MacOSX and Linux.

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GnuCash FAQs

The GnuCash project uses a self-signed digital certificate to protect your access to the mailing lists site at [1]. This is necessary because the site asks you to type in your email address, and maybe a couple of other things, when you sign up. The project doesn't pay to register the digital certificate with a Certificate Authority, and as a result web browsers don't recognize the certificate and think it's unsafe. So in summary: if your browser warns you about this site: please go ahead and enter, it's safe.
The administrators of the GnuCash mailing lists are of the belief that Reply-To munging is harmful. Please encourage the authors of Your Favorite Mail Client to respect List- headers, or train yourself to use the "Reply-To-All" command (available in every email client) when ever you want to reply to all parties; note that this works even on CC'ed / non-mailinglist email, too.
You've probably dragged Gnucash.app to a folder whose name has a space in it (or some parent folder does). GnuCash's launcher script is a mix of shell and Apple Script, and at present it chokes on spaces in pathnames. Move Gnucash.app to a folder with no spaces (Applications is traditional) and all should be well.
This will be fixed in 2.3.12; in the meantime, use the "Preview" button, which will open a PDF of the report in whatever is your chosen PDF viewer (Preview.app by default); you can print from there

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