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Here is why HomeBank is... different:

  • transaction import in CSV format (homebank specific format)
  • QIF file format import and export
  • OFX file format import
  • direct add of payee and categories from the register dialog
  • autocompletion whenever possible
  • tag feature for transactions
  • pre-defined transactions, which can be automated
  • pre-filling of transactions from a bookmark
  • dual pad of cheque and automated cheque number increment
  • add transactions by inherit from existing ones
  • multiple transactions edit for each columns at once
  • easy transfert between accounts, which can be automated
  • dynamic transactions filter everywhere
  • visual paymode and additional info text field
  • visual status of transactions
  • transaction remind (kind of 'post-it')
  • dynamic minor currency display toggle for Euro countries



Download version 4.0.4 (stable)
released on 10 June 2009



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GPLv2orlaterKelly Hopkins20 October 2009

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