I don't know if it is what new users usually do, but I think it's probably
one of the better ways to do it. A lot of the difficulties I see on the
gnucash-users list come from trying to import data from other programs,
especially multi-year Quicken imports.
On Sun, Feb 4, 2018 at 6:52 PM Graham Jacks <grahamja...@bellsouth.net>
> I have been using Quicken for my finances for some years, but I want to
> change, and I like what I have read about Gnu Cash. I’ve had enough
> experience with double-entry book-keeping systems to know what it means.
> Would it be feasible to use my closing balances from Quicken, at, say,
> Dec 31 2017 as the opening balances to start my Gnu Cash financials at Jan
> 1, 2018?
> I plan to keep and be able to access my Quicken files for historical
> purposes (tax returns come to mind), but I was not planning to import them
> into my new Gnu Cash record.
> Is this what new users usually do?
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