Dan from Anchorage Alaska talks about how he discovered Tiller. Tiller compliments and adds to the spreadsheet (Badger Bucks) he created to manage his finances after getting fed up with Quicken. Tiller imports his transactions automatically so he no longer has to manually add them, and Tiller’s built in spending reports compliment the existing finance reports he had already created.
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