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Old 07-17-2011, 03:32 PM   #1
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LXer: Manage Your Finances (Simply) in Linux with wxBanker


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Money. Itís something that most of us donít have enough of. And what we have, we want to hold on to and keep track of. For many people, an old fashioned spreadsheet is perfect for their needs. The rest of us need a little something more. Not with the features, of say, ,KyMyMoney or GNUCash but something that isnít as confusing or convoluted as a spreadsheet can be. Presented for your approval: wxBanker, a software that makes it easy to manage your finances. It might not have every bell or whistle, but it does have most of the bells and whistles that you actually need.

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