I'm looking for a Linux replacement for Quicken - but I really don't need all the bells and whistles. Effectively what I'm looking must be able to:
- handle multiple accounts (savings, checking, credit card)
- show me how much money I have
- download transactions directly (I believe this is done through OFX)
To my knowledge, there are three programs that fit this bill. First is gnucash, but it's incredibly ugly, and also has a lot of gnome dependencies. Then there's moneydance, which seems to be nice but costs $40 and I have so far been unable to get the OFX working with my bank accounts. Finally, there's KMyMoney, which I haven't tried out yet, but from the name and screenshots, seems like it'd have to pull in half of KDE3.
Does anyone have a package they particularly like?