RsBudget

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RsBudget is a PC software to budget, track and control your private financial activities (Expense Tracker). It is published under the GPL License and free of charge.download

RSBudget was developed because there have been no free expense trackers satisfying my needs. Version 2.0 is the first public version as previous versions served to gain experience and stability only. The application still misses some features, e.g. nice graphical statistics or export/import capabilities. But I didn’t regard them as a must-have for the first public version. They will be added with next versions, some will be available as commercial add-ons later. However, I didn’t decide on that, yet. Constructive criticism is highly welcome at the comments section below. Bugs and Feature Requests can be reported at JIRA.

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Expense Tracking General Planning Account Preferences

Features

  • General Budget Planning
  • Monthly Budget Planning, Tracking and Control
  • Categorization of expenses
  • Comparison of planned and actual values
  • Free text field for personal notes for each month
  • Forecasting of balances and profit/loss
  • Statistics and History
  • Export of transaction records to Excel and CSV
  • Planned: Add-On support for 3rd party modules
  • Planned: Graphical statistics and trend analysis
  • Planned: HBCI download of transaction records
  • Multi-language support (English and German)
  • Online Help
  • Online Update

Platforms

  • Windows, Linux, MacOS
  • JRE 7.x required

Support

You can request changes or report any bugs at my Jira instance. Support can be requested via the comments at the end of this page.

Source Code

The Source Code is available through SVN at http://http://svn.ralph-schuster.eu/svn/OSS/rs.rcpplugins.rsbudget.

2 Responses to “RsBudget”

  1. Ralph’s TechBlog » Blog Archive » RsBudget Release Candidate Says:

    […] and it will never get released ;)) Now I ask you to help me in making it bug-free. Please visit the RsBudget Homepage, download and install it, and then finally try to use it on a daily […]

  2. Ralph’s TechBlog » Blog Archive » RsBudget 2.0 released Says:

    […] done. My first official Eclipse/RCP application is out. RsBudget is an Expense Tracker for everyone. I’ve been developing it now for three years while constantly using it for private purposes. […]

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