About the closest you'll get is Gnucash, and it could already be installed on
your Linux system if you installed Gnome.
Don't even think of installing it from source though, the dependencies
required will have you running to Windows faster than.. well, something fast.
There's also Moneydance, but I doubt it has any features geared specifically
towards the Ireland. Google will help you find more about that product.
I use Gnucash at home, and have done for almost a year. It's excellent for
basic accounting. It does have some tax features but I'm not that good at
accounting to figure out what they mean (ok, I fell asleep in accounting..
On Friday 02 May 2003 15:25, Hooton, Gerard wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I am looking for [LINUX] Accounting Software that is tailored for use in
> > Ireland (Irish TAX and VAT ).
> > Any ideas ?
> > Sorry if this is not the right place for application related queries.
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