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    Anyone recommend an accounts package? Does anyone actually do their own accounts? So far have kept everything on an excel spreadheet but wondered if there was a better solution. Seems to me that most of the packages are overkill for what I need.

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    Personal? GNUcash..

    It's primarily for Linux, but it can be built under Cygwin on windows.

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    Try http://www.owlsoftware.com They have a neat single entry book-keeping program called Simple Business Accounting. I'm in the 2nd year of using it and haven't found anything else to match it. There's a free 30 day trial available.

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    Thanks - downloading it now.

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    I forgot to mention When adding income and expenses I always use the "other" option and avoid the credit card and cheque options. This is because the AM business transactions are all mixed with my personal bank and cc transactions. i.e. I haven't got separate a/cs. The "other" option works very well for simply recording incomings and outgoings. The reports section provides all that's necessary.

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