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1 What it isn't What it is How to use it Importing from Created by John R. Carter, Sr. - April 2010

2 WHAT IT ISN'T GnuCash is not simple  because it has extensive features GnuCash is not difficult  because it is easy to use GnuCash is not expensive  because it is FREE (and open source)‏ GnuCash is never outdated  With updates several times a year GnuCash is not OS restricted  because it runs on ALL operating systems

3 Screen Shots

4 MULTIPLE

5 WHAT IT IS A Personal Finance Program A Small Business Finance Program

6 PERSONAL FINANCES ASSETS Fixed  Computers  Homes  Autos  Real Estate  Hobbies  Jewelry

7 PERSONAL FINANCES ASSETS Fixed Current  Cash  Checking/Savings

8 PERSONAL FINANCES ASSETS Fixed Current Investments  Brokerage Shares

9 PERSONAL FINANCES ASSETS LIABILITIES Credit cards Loans Online Accounts

10 PERSONAL FINANCES ASSETS LIABILITIES EXPENSES Auto Home Utilities Entertainment Travel Gifts Health Education

11 PERSONAL FINANCES ASSETS LIABILITIES EXPENSES INCOME Self Spouse Business

12 PERSONAL FINANCES Budget File  New  Budget

13 BUSINESS FINANCES ASSETS Current  Cash  Receivables  Supplies  Work in Progress

14 BUSINESS FINANCES ASSETS Current Fixed  Equipment  Furniture  Vehicles

15 BUSINESS FINANCES ASSETS Current Fixed Investments

16 BUSINESS FINANCES ASSETS LIABILITIES Payables  Wages  Accrued Expenses  Sales Tax  Health Insurance  Income Tax  Employee Benefits  Notes  Equipment  Bank Loans

17 USING GNUCASH Menu Bar and Tools Accounts

18 USING GNUCASH Menu Bar and Tools Registers – CASH

19 USING GNUCASH Menu Bar and Tools Registers – CHECKING

20 USING GNUCASH Menu Bar and Tools Registers – CREDIT CARD

21 USING GNUCASH Menu Bar and Tools Registers – BROKERAGE CASH

22 USING GNUCASH Menu Bar and Tools Registers – BROKERAGE STOCK

23 USING GNUCASH Change Register View

24 USING GNUCASH Change Register View

25 USING GNUCASH Change Register View

26 USING GNUCASH Transfer Funds

27 USING GNUCASH Enter Transactions

28 USING GNUCASH Multiple Split

29 USING GNUCASH Edit Transaction

30 USING GNUCASH Delete Transaction Remove Split Copy Transaction

31 USING GNUCASH Move Transaction

32 USING GNUCASH Jump To Account

33 USING GNUCASH Scheduling Transactions

34 USING GNUCASH Edit Scheduled Transactions

35 USING GNUCASH Printing Checks

36 CHECK WRITING Print Checks  Quicken/Quickbooks (US Letter) – default  Deluxe Personal (US Letter)‏  Liberty Personal (US Letter)‏  Quicken Wallet w/ side stub Check Position  Top, middle, bottom, custom Date Formats  Default Set in Preferences -> International Custom Format

37 USING GNUCASH A complete discussion for setting up OFX online direct connection to financial institutions is available at: Online Actions (?)‏

38 IMPORT OPTIONS

39 USING GNUCASH General Ledger

40 (REVIEW) USING GNUCASH Change Register View Transfer Funds Enter Transactions Multiple Split Transactions Edit Transaction Delete Transaction Remove Split Copy Transaction Move Transaction Jump to Account Scheduling Transactions Edit Scheduled Transactions Printing Checks Online Actions (?)‏ General Ledger Reports and Charts

41 REPORTS & CHARTS General Assets and Liabilities Income and Expenses Business

42 REPORTS & CHARTS

43 Account Summary

44 REPORTS & CHARTS Account Summary Assets & Liabilities

45 REPORTS & CHARTS Account Summary Assets & Liabilities Business

46 REPORTS & CHARTS Account Summary Assets & Liabilities Business Income & Expense

47 CHART OF ACCOUNTS 1000 – 1999 Asset Accounts 2000 – 2999 Liability Accounts 3000 – 3999 Equity Accounts 4000 – 4999 Revenue Accounts 5000 – 5999 Cost of Goods Sold 6000 – 6999 Expense Accounts 7000 – 7999 Other Revenue 8000 – 8999 Other Expense

48 Preferences

49 to Detailed (?) documentation by GnuCash Detailed documentation by John Carter Can be time consuming Worth the effort

50 Import From Quicken Confirm Accounts match in Quicken and GnuCash In Quicken, use Export->Custom Select Transactions in all accounts for all dates

51 Import From Quicken In GnuCash, Select QIF File to Import Match Accounts

52 Import From Quicken

53 Matching Accounts Create new GnuCash accounts as needed. Investment transactions may require special treatment

54 How To Get It Download GnuCash Linux Source | Via distributionSourceVia distribution Microsoft Windows XP/Vista/7XP/Vista/7 Mac OS X Intel | Power PC | ReadmeIntelPower PCReadme More downloads (Source, Development,...)

55 Online HELP:


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