[CLUG] RE: Accounting Software
adamlock at netscape.com
Fri May 2 20:00:06 IST 2003
GNU Enterprise may provide a few clues.
Otherwise it's might be a case of seeking out Unix vendors who sell
something for Linux, or consider running from software from Windows via
Wine or VMWare
Donncha O Caoimh wrote:
>About the closest you'll get is Gnucash, and it could already be installed on
>your Linux system if you installed Gnome.
>Don't even think of installing it from source though, the dependencies
>required will have you running to Windows faster than.. well, something fast.
>There's also Moneydance, but I doubt it has any features geared specifically
>towards the Ireland. Google will help you find more about that product.
>I use Gnucash at home, and have done for almost a year. It's excellent for
>basic accounting. It does have some tax features but I'm not that good at
>accounting to figure out what they mean (ok, I fell asleep in accounting..
>On Friday 02 May 2003 15:25, Hooton, Gerard wrote:
>>>I am looking for [LINUX] Accounting Software that is tailored for use in
>>>Ireland (Irish TAX and VAT ).
>>>Any ideas ?
>>>Sorry if this is not the right place for application related queries.
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