GnuAccounting is an accounting and bookkeeping application. It interfaces with Moneyplex, Starmoney, Karm, and Winston, embeds OpenOffice.org and Firefox, and utilizes either HSQLDB or a separate MySQL installation.
|Tags||Office/Business Financial Accounting|
|Operating Systems||Windows POSIX Linux Unix|
Release Notes: Support for reading and writing invoices using the "ZUGFeRD" standard was added, using the recently released Mustang project. Small amendments like new units, new expense categories (telecommunication), placeholders for IBAN, BIC, and SEPA mandate, corrections, and a new forum complete the picture.
Release Notes: New features include a integrated barcode file renamer tool, OpenOffice 4.0 support, support for business lunches, and net income determination improvements. Gnuaccounting 0.8.4 is also more sustainable with SEPA preparations, allowing the user, for example, to specify a customer's IBAN/BICs. PDFs are now easier to pass to a customer and safer to archive with the PDF/A1 standard, and can contain additional metadata according to the DocTag standard.
Release Notes: The payment process can now be automated with the BezahlCode standard. Search-as-you-type was implemented in account selection and importing orders from Magento online shops. OpenOffice and LibreOffice 3 are supported. OpenOffice 4 should run with manual path selection, and a workaround is available for LibreOffice 4 on Linux.
Release Notes: This release has improved its asset and document management. Gleeo timer import, the selection of a bank account in bank statement import, and a daily balance in the account reconciliation window have been added, as well as support for multiple scanners, a document viewer, a document number "todo" feature, asset export, and extended and improved document number recognition.
Release Notes: New imports and exports concern contacts (VCF), a new accounting frame ("jes EÜR"), and a new import format for banking data (German Volksbank online banking). Asset management has been improved, and there is now a list of past transactions (previously there was only a list of past bookkeeping entries). The document scan now evaluates barcodes. Writing and receiving invoices has been improved: with improved LibreOffice support, a selection of number of copies to print, and a “paid in cash“ option. The new assistant for incoming transactions allows you to easily book and balance incoming invoices.