Tiller is the only automated personal finance service based in Microsoft Excel and Google Sheets, combining the ease of an app with the flexibility of spreadsheets. 

Tiller provides customers with a clear view of all their finances in one place, flexible templates, a vibrant user community, US-based customer support, strict privacy, and no ads. 

Customers use Tiller for every kind of money goal, including budgeting, debt payoff, expense tracking, investment and net worth analysis, shared finance management,  even running their small business. 

Tiller’s team is driven by a mission to help people gain greater confidence and control of their financial lives, guided by the conviction that money matters because life matters more.

For more information on Tiller, visit www.tillerhq.com, where you can start a free 30-day trial. Follow @tillermoney on Twitter.

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Tiller in the Press

New York Times: Mint, the Budgeting App, Is Going Away. Here Are Some Alternatives

Morningstar: With Mint shutting down, here are 4 budgeting apps financial planners use themselves — and recommend to clients

The Verge: Mint is going away, but these easy budgeting apps can take its place

Tearsheet.com: Tiller: the personal finance platform replacing Microsoft’s Money in Excel

Geekwire.com: Spreadsheets (2+2)ever = Tiller personal finance startup finds growth formula in Microsoft Excel

Stripe.com: Tiller sees 90% increase in trial sign-ups with Stripe Checkout

Businesswire.com: Tiller Launches New Personal Finance Service for Excel, Partners on Exclusive Offer for Microsoft 365 Subscribers

Wirecutter.com, The Best Budgeting Apps: If you love to crunch numbers in spreadsheets, Tiller may be for you.

Fortune.com: Amidst an explosion in personal finance apps, this startup wants to bring back the spreadsheet


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What is Tiller? Tiller is an automated personal finance service that feeds your financial data into your private Google Sheets or Excel spreadsheets. It imports transactions, balances, and balance history from over 21,000 sources including banks, cards, loans, and brokerages.

Budgeting and expense tracking
Managing debt and bills
Analyzing investments and net worth
Planning for retirement
Getting a clear, up-to-date view of your finances

Tiller doesn’t sell customer personal data or show ads, unlike many finance apps
Your data remains in spreadsheets you own through Google or Microsoft
Tiller has strict privacy practices and retains minimal access

The only personal finance service based in Google Sheets and Microsoft Excel.
Complete control to export data and retain if you cancel service
Customizable categories and transaction categorization
Helps identify subscription waste and optimize budgets
Enables complex forecasting for retirement and other goals

Tiller offers a free 30-day trial followed by a $79 annual subscription

Tiller connects over 21,000 financial institutions including:
Banks: Chase, BoA, Wells Fargo, credit unions
Cards: Amex, Visa, Mastercard, Discover
Brokerages: Vanguard, Fidelity, Robinhood
Loans: mortgages, student loans, auto, personal

Daily automated transaction imports
Customizable categories and rules
Email summaries of daily activity
Dozens of prebuilt money management templates
US-based customer support and community forums

Visit Tiller’s website at www.tillerhq.com which includes details on features, templates, pricing, integrations, security, company background, and more.

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"There isn’t another tool on the market that does what Tiller can do.”
Will Hinton, Google Review October 30, 2023