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I just need good solid double-entry / multi-account transactions with a variety of simple reports. I've previously used Quicken but their file and OS version compatibility issues are a nightmare. I need a software that will have a good chance of still opening the files I create today, several years from now. Quicken has failed me in this regard. So I figure anything that comes with source code is a safer bet.

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The two big open source ones I know of are GNUCash and Grisbi. I'm not sure about Grisbi but I know GNU Cash can open Quicken files.

GNUCash:

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Grisbi:

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There is also Money Manager Ex:

Money Manager Ex

MyMoneyLog is a simple alternative that works in the browser (just download one single HTML file):

MyMoneyLog

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