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“The Power of Spreadsheets on the “Inspired Money” Podcast
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“The Power of Spreadsheets on the “Inspired Money” Podcast

Edward Shepard
June 27, 2018

This week Tiller founder Peter Polson was featured on the Inspired Money podcast hosted by Andrew Wang.

Andrew is also Managing Partner at Runnymede Capital, a fee-only investment advisor firm. His Inspired Money podcast stands out with a welcome perspective on money and wealth:

“Each week host Andy Wang interviews a guest to help listeners get inspired, shift their perspectives on money, and achieve incredible things. From making it to giving it away, inspired money means making a difference, creating something bigger than oneself, and making the world a better place.”

In episode 45, “The Power of Spreadsheets and Tracking Your Money” Peter and Andrew discuss:

  • Why you might do better tracking your budget in a spreadsheet instead of an app.
  • Tips to get started on effectively tracking your spending.
  • Find out why it’s important to remove emotions from your money decisions.

They also discuss Peter’s fascinating path to launching Tiller, and running a growing Fintech startup. Stream it here:

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