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How to use an Investment Spreadsheet
May 26, 2019

How to Make an Investment Tracking Spreadsheet with Google Sheets

An investment spreadsheet is one of the easiest and most versatile ways to track and truly understand your overall portfolio performance.

Track Spending Google Sheets
May 21, 2019

5 Steps for Easily Tracking Expenses in a Spreadsheet

Optimizing your money starts with tracking expenses. And spreadsheets are the best tool to begin tracking finances - they're free, easy, and private.

Best Free Real Estate Spreadsheet Templates
March 3, 2019

15 Best Free Real Estate Spreadsheet Templates

Here are 15 free real estate spreadsheets you can download right now to help plan, manage, and optimize your investment.

Financial Confidence
February 22, 2019

How To Project Future Bank Balances In Google Sheets

Predicting future bank account balances in Google Sheets can help you maximize savings and debt repayments while avoiding overdrafts and interest payments.

IMportrange for Google Sheets
February 20, 2019

Understanding IMPORTRANGE in Google Sheets

With Google Sheets’ IMPORTRANGE formula, you can import data across multiple spreadsheets. Here's how you to use this powerful yet simple formula for budgeting.

How to Use Google Sheets to Build Your Emergency Fund
February 17, 2019

How to Use Google Sheets to Build Your Emergency Fund in 5 Steps

How to IMport CSV Into Google Sheet
February 11, 2019

How to Import CSV Into a Google Spreadsheet

CSV stands for "comma-separated values." They're commonly used to exchange data between banks and spreadsheets such as Google Sheets.

36-questions-money-partner
February 11, 2019

36 Questions to Ask Your Partner About Money

Inspired by the 36 questions about love, we've assembled 36 questions to ask your partner about money. After all, couples are happier when they talk about money

Estimated Quarterly Tax
February 8, 2019

How Marginal Income Tax Works

A progressive tax structure forms the basis of the American income tax. Under our system, income is divided into brackets with higher brackets paying higher tax rates.

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