# Ubuntu – Microsoft Money alternative

financesoftware-recommendation

UPDATE: I found YNAB which runs very nice in wine too. (The upcoming version 5 appears to be web-based instead.)

I'm looking for something to replace my MS Money 2004 application.

• I've tried KMyMoney which seems pretty simple (that's good!) but it can't import the OFC files I get from my bank, so I would have to enter everything manually = not good.
• I've tried GnuCash which does import OFC files but I can't wrap my mind around this double-entry philosophy. It may be good for accounting but not for home use.
• I've tried to make MS Money run in Wine with some success but it was hard to make it work and I'd have to re-do that on my new machine. This is still a useful alternative for me though…

Is there a similar tool that can import OFC files and that doesn't do double-entry accounting? Tax capability is not needed for me, I only do after-tax numbers. Some nice dashboard views (upcoming bills, future cash flow, total net worth) and some graphs would be a definite bonus!

Update: I'm in Austria (Europe!) so purely US-based tools like Mint aren't relevant. Also, I really DO mean OFC format, not OFX. I have to use whatever my bank offers, even if some say it's an old format.