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CBB is a finance management application. It allows users to keep track of deposits and withdrawals from checking accounts, savings accounts, credit cards, and money markets. It generates reports summarizing the current financial state or graphs the net worth. It is able to import existing Quicken accounts.


Recent releases

  •  10 Jan 2000 22:34

    Release Notes: Fixes to the balance function, a German language file, a button bar in the translated strings, a "by payee" report, and more configurable text colors in the transaction list box have been added. An install problem with png icons for the HTML manual and a problem with the get-latest version script have been fixed.

    •  05 Jan 2000 03:25

      Release Notes: Y2K fixes, feature enhancements, bug fixes and more.

      •  27 Aug 1998 20:15

        No changes have been submitted for this release.

        Recent comments

        10 Jan 2000 17:10 jrh1970

        I like it!
        I recently switched from using Quicken on Macintosh to cbb on Linux. I was very dubious at first, but have come to feel more and more comfortable with the program.

        The data entry is fast and quite similar to Quicken's. The reporting in cbb is weaker than that in Quicken, but I find that I only used a couple of the reports in Quicken -- reports that I can still get from cbb. The biggest deficiency in cbb is its very primitive graphing capabilities, compared to Quicken.


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