Gnucash allows the creation of Budgets. To delete a Budget in Gnucash, start Gnucash, open the budget using Actions -> Open Budget, then to delete the budget opened, select Edit -> Delete Budget. That's it, the budget is deleted.
GnuCash is a very powerful personal finance management software. It is very easy to create new pre-configured reports out of the existing set of reports provided in GnuCash. Let me explain this with a scenario. I need to extract all the dividends I have received so far. To do that, I can simply look at … Continue reading How to create and use Pre-configured reports in GnuCash
Since I upgraded to Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, GnuCash would never display all digits of the balance column. Using the mouse to widen the column yielded no results. It was a struggle to find out how to adjust the width of the GnuCash Balance column within the Accounts. Finally, found by accident that just a Double … Continue reading How to adjust width of GnuCash Balance column heading
Of February 2012, gnucash stopped returning currency conversions. If you get the error that says "Unable to retrieve quotes" for any currency, you have to make changes to the Quote.pm file on your computer. This is due to changes made by Yahoo, which have broken Finance::Quotes currency retrieval. Follow the instructions below to fix your … Continue reading Gnucash not able to retrieve currency quotes
GnuCash, HomeBank and Grisbi are Personal Finance Management tools available on Linux. Of them all, I preferred GnuCash. Was more stable, had a few more features that I could use and was easier to operate. Perhaps we need to bear in mind that the choices available on open source are so many, and we all … Continue reading GnuCash, HomeBank, Grisbi