KMyMoney Personal Finance Manager


KMyMoney personal finance manager is a double-entry bookkeeping system mainly for personal finance management by KDE.

Its operation is similar to Microsoft Money and Quicken.

The software’s GUI (Graphical User Interface) is easy to use and straightforward, specifically designed from the non-technical user.

It will display a summary of all your financial transactions, including overdue payments, today’s payments and future payments, as well as a sidebar from where you can access and modify institutions, accounts, categories, payees, ledgers, budgets, forecasts, investments, outbox, as well as to view reports and scheduled transactions.

It supports different account types, categorization of expenses and incomes, reconciliation of bank accounts and import/export to the “QIF” file format.

Through plugins, direct download using the OFX and HBCI formats is also possible.

CSV imports and exports are also possible via plugins.

KMyMoney personal finance manager.

For Linux users there are Appimages available for those of us, who wants the absolute latest version.

How to install version 5.0.3 from Debians repository via a terminal window:

sudo apt-get install kmymoney

Press Enter, done.

How to install KMyMoney-5.0.8-b3988b8-x86_64.AppImage:

First download the appimage here.

Then create /opt/kmymoney:

sudo mkdir /opt/kmymoney

Press Enter, done.

Then copy it to /opt/kmymoney:

sudo cp KMyMoney-5.0.8-b3988b8-x86_64.AppImage /opt/kmymoney

Press Enter,

cd /opt/kmymoney

Press Enter, and list the files:


Press Enter, you should have 'KMyMoney-5.0.8-b3988b8-x86_64.AppImage' in the folder.

Now lets make it executable:

sudo chmod +x KMyMoney-5.0.8-b3988b8-x86_64.AppImage

Press Enter, done.

Now lets run the program (Don't forget ./ before the filename):


Press Enter.

Next follow the setup screens.




and when done, make sure to create a link on your desktop.

How to add a link to both your desktop and menu:

Right click, Create a new launcher here..., Change the Rocket Icon to whatever you like,

For command: /opt/kmymoney/file_name

Click OK and you will be asked if you want to add an entry into your menu as well.

I recommend you click 'Yes', then its done.

You can now run the program from either your menu or by clicking the icon on your desktop.

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