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|Short description||Command line personal finances manager|
|Full description||Keeping track of personal finances is an incredibly boring task, and if you don't have much money then juggling it can be tricky. When looking at the existing software out there to manage accounts it's frequently highly complex and top heavy. Fin - an abbreviation of "financials" - is an attempt to do the opposite of what most accounting software does, and that's to make things incredibly simple and quick. Logging a transaction or viewing your current balance should take no more than a few seconds. This means less time wasted on bureaucracy and more time spent on what you really want to be doing. Data can also be exported or imported from CSV files, Emacs org mode tables and GnuCash.|
|GNU package name|
|Component programs||gnuplot, bcrypt, sqlite|
|VCS checkout command||bzr branch lp:fin|
|Keywords||accounts, finance, ledger, command-line|
|Version date||9th Oct 2012|
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