jGnash is a personal finance application written in Java. Java 7 is required. jGnash supports several account types, including investment accounts. It has support for split transactions, nested accounts, scheduled transactions, commodities, and currencies. It can import OFX and QIF files, excluding investment accounts and transactions. Data is stored in an XML format so it is easy to manipulate and read the data external to the program. jGnash also has scripting support to add custom reports and functionality.
Budgest is a Web application designed to manage budgets, for small to wide structures. Based on a double tree-structure (entity/nature), it allows the creation of annual or rolling slices budgets. It can import accounting data and allows the creation of dynamic reports to follow real-time evolution between account data and budget. A transverse view allows grouping of entities with no hierarchical relations (for example marketing departments of international companies). It supports users, groups, data versioning, and CSV import and export.
MyBookkeepingManager is a bookkeeping application aimed at contractors, freelancers, and other very small (micro) businesses. MyBookkeepingManager concentrates on the main bookkeeping activities performed by many such businesses, providing a simple, easy-to-use, software application. The software can be either used online, or it can be downloaded and installed on a Web server of your choice. MyBookkeepingManager enables monthly sales, loans, salaries, income tax, national insurance (both employees and employers), pension contributions, bank interest, bank charges, office or desk rental, and plenty of other expense amounts to be entered. The software then automatically calculates the amount of VAT owed (if you are using the VAT Flat Rate Scheme), and estimates the size of dividends that can be distributed to shareholders and the amount of corporation (business) tax due.
FreeDebks (Free Double Entry Bookkeeping System) is simple double entry accounting software. It stores data in an XML format. FreeDebks has a simple and intuitive GUI. It provides a totally customizable chart of accounts, so each user will reach their needs. It also provides features to help the user write entries and close the accounting. FreeDebks is not an ERP. With FreeDebks, you can only do accounting. It targets people with at least basic accounting skills who want to keep books for themselves or an association or a small company.
Skrooge is a personal finances manager powered by KDE. It allows you to keep track of your expenses and income, categorize them, and build reports. You can also manage your investments and see how they perform over time. Multiple accounts are supported. Some of the features included are advanced graphical reports, tabs that help you to organize your work, infinite undo/redo (even after the file was closed), instant filtering on operations and reports, infinite category levels, mass update operations, scheduled operations, tracking of refunds, automatic processing based on search conditions, and support for multiple currencies.
GNU Radius is a RADIUS server and an accompanying set of monitoring utilities. It features MySQL and PostgreSQL interfaces for authentication and/or logging (the ODBC interface allows you to use almost any existing DBMS for that purpose), the ability to rewrite RADIUS requests from various NASs to normalize them to a more understandable format, and the ability to completely customize the behavior of RADIUS authentication and accounting based on NAS and user attributes.