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    he_the_great commented  · 

    I can't claim I'll be able to produce results, but anything that I do will be a long time coming as I'm just starting to read the code base. If I get as far as I'd like to, automatic transactions would be accounted for in the budget, and since these don't have to be auto-entered will at least suffice for any custom system. This is something I want badly so hopefully I won't get discouraged.

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    he_the_great commented  · 

    I've only used MS Money and GnuCash so far and both appear to have the same budgeting focus, monthly. YNAB looks to have that same focus but much closer to what I think needs to happen. Budgeting for categories. Months don't matter, only when money is needed for bills and what income is like. I'm going to see if I can get down and dirty with the code, but anything I do will be modeled after 50-30-20 from "All Your Worth."

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