Manage Your Money with Skrooge

CASH REGISTER

Article from Issue 117/2010
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Keeping track of your money is one of the unfortunate responsibilities that comes with adulthood and financial independence. If you need to balance the books, Skrooge might be just what the accountant ordered.

Skrooge is a KDE application for personal financial management. If you want to manage your money and analyze your expenses, then Skrooge is a great app for getting started. It allows you to manage your accounts fairly intuitively and has some powerful reporting and search features that will appeal to users who want to see in great detail how money is being spent or earned.

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