MyMoney is a rich client .NET 4.0 ClickOnce application for managing your personal finances. It is written entirely in C# and is designed for programmers who want easy access to their data and who want to quickly and easily add their own features. Your data will not be locked up in some proprietary format, it is yours to do with as you like.
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MyMoney.Net is a rich client .NET 4.0 ClickOnce application for managing your personal finances. It is written entirely in C# and is designed for programmers who want easy access to their data and who want to quickly and easily add their own features. Your data will not be locked up in some proprietary format, it is yours to do with as you like.

Install

You can simply click the ClickOnce Installer to install the app, it requires .NET 4.0.

Help

Learn how to use the app by reading our Helpful Wiki.

Licenses

This program is provided with MIT license. This program uses System.Windows.Controls.DataVisualization.Charting which is (c) Copyright Microsoft Corporationand is subject to the Microsoft Public License (Ms-PL). This program uses Stock Quote Service from Yahoo. It also uses Currency Rates from restfulwebservices.net. It uses online Banking information (OFX) from http://www.ofxhome.com/ and implements the OFX 1.0 and 2.0 specifications. It uses SQLite to store your financial transactions in a local file on your computer. It also has an implementation of the Canny edge detection algorithm used in getting quick image boundaries from your scanner, especially useful for receipts. It also contains a documentation generator that uses the Microsoft OneNote API to generate HTML and from HTML it generates Markdown format for the github Wiki (see PublishHelp tool). Lastly the app is built entirely in C#, using .NET 4.0 and Visual Studio, and WPF and is published using ClickOnce setup technology. UnitTests are written and executed from a DGML test Model using a custom solution called DgmlTestModeling.

--Enjoy!