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I'm looking for a web-based personal finance management solution, but one that I can host locally, so not something like Mint.com or the like. I'd even be willing to look at a web-hosted spreadsheet solution, if necessary. Thanks!

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related question (though not duplicate), where you could find eventually some things: superuser.com/questions/4927/software-for-personal-finance . I don't see web-based solutions there, though. –  Gnoupi Jan 14 '10 at 15:01

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If I hear web-hosted Spreadsheet solution, EyeOS, Simple SpreadSheet and OpenGoo* are jumping to my mind.

*: Though, I think OpenGoo does not have a direct ability to edit the sheets, but to share them.

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