For the last two years, I have been keeping my financial records first in GnuCash and now KmyMoney. I liked GnuCash, but not having an accounting back ground, I don’t think I fully comprehended or utilized the Double Entry system that it sets up for you. I stopped used GnuCash a year and half ago when an update to Ubuntu Mate caused GnuCash to start crashing or even start up. I never figured out what was the cause (seemed to be a rather unique issue to me), and since it was near January, I figured I could transition to a different program with the start of a new calendar year.
I had used KmyMoney years ago, and decided to go back to it. Once again not having the accounting background KmyMoney was easier for me to understand the concepts and get up and running the fastest. After a year and half, I’m going to stick with KmyMoney as long as it continue to work. I have noticed issues running KmyMoney under Gnome with Wayland. I get very strange graphical glitches, so be aware of that, otherwise KmyMoney has been working fine on both Fedora and Ubuntu Mate the latest versions.