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What replaces Quicken/Turbotax

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#1 Bluie


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Posted 07 February 2005 - 10:54 PM

Since Intuit products require M$ what do *nix people use for bookkeeping and tax prorams?

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Posted 08 February 2005 - 03:57 PM

I think it is GnuCash. Also, though I may be incorrect, I heard you may even be able to use Quicken using Wine, though don't quote me on this, and I have no experience with Wine yet whatsoever. I run Mandrake Community 10 on my computer currently. I click on the Star(t) button, and it is under more applications, finances. If you do not have it installed, first see if you already can access the needed files from your install button in your system config tool before searching the net for it. It saves a step I think. I hope this helps-

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