[kwlug-disc] gnucash presentation?
crankyoldbugger at gmail.com
Thu Jan 30 16:43:23 EST 2014
I was going to say... dedicated programs like Quicken or GnuCash are really
just very specialized databases. A spreadsheet is limited in how it can
present the data to you, whereas a good database can be manipulated until
the cows come home.
Spreadsheets are fine if you have limited analytical needs, but to really
dig down and figure out where the money's going, you need a database to do
the heavy lifting for you.
On 30 January 2014 16:35, Chris Frey <cdfrey at foursquare.net> wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 30, 2014 at 04:23:02PM -0500, William Park wrote:
> > I'd recommend sticking with spreadsheet. Practically everyone I know
> > who tried other apps, went back to spreadsheet. At the level people are
> > talking about here, it's just invoice or cash management.
> How do you run reports for specific accounts or groups of accounts
> that way, with full detailed history, with a spreadsheet?
> - Chris
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