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BADGER finance

BADGER finance is a Web-based personal financial management application. By default it is installed locally as a single-user single-logon application, but can also be installed on a remote server. It features multiple accounts, multiple currencies, freely categorizable transactions, a graphical statistical analysis module that allows you to see how much you spend in various categories over a period of time, a graphical forecasting module (How much can I spend per day if I want to have saved 1000 by the end of the year?), and an Ajax interface. It comes with an easy to use installer for Windows.

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Recent releases

  •  12 Mar 2007 07:31

    Release Notes: This is a major release with loads of new features and bugfixes. The statistics module was improved with category, trend, and timespan analysis, complete with reach-through capabilities. The transaction backend was newly recoded. The CSV import module was rewritten with improved matching of imported transactions with planned transactions. Powerful filters were added for the transaction grid. Transferral transactions were implemented for transfers between different accounts. New possibilities were added when editing a chain of recurring transactions. A new theme was added.

    •  28 Aug 2006 12:45

      Release Notes: More than 50 bugs were fixed. The installer and CSV parser were improved.

      •  06 Aug 2006 05:21

        No changes have been submitted for this release.

        Recent comments

        16 Sep 2006 21:57 rkeene

        Although it's not stated anywhere PHP5 is required for this project.


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