Whether you’re new to budgeting or have been doing it for years, these three quick steps will guide your budgeting program toward success.
Budgeting can free you from stress, confusion, and uncertainty, and give you the confidence to manage major (or even minor) life changes.
At first, budgeting seems scary, like it’s taking away your freedom. In reality, the reverse is true. Better yet, it’s surprisingly simple to make budgeting work for you.
Auto-categories are useful in many finance apps and tools (including Tiller-powered Google Sheet templates) but there are several benefits to manually categorizing transactions.
We centered an April Fools’ prank around Tiller support for VisiCalc, the first spreadsheet created back in the 70’s. The truth is, that old software for the Apple II computer was really important for our advancement into the digital era we live in today.
At the recent FinCon18 conference, I attended a panel titled “Four Flavors of FI/RE.” It was organized to give influential voices in the FIRE (financial independence / retire early) community…
Learn about the new yearly budget spreadsheet template for Google Sheets powered by Tiller. This financial spreadsheet gives you a big picture view of your yearly budget and helps you dig into the details of your spending. Gain insights into your finances for the year at a glance.
Heather shares how she used the Tiller Budget spreadsheet template to track and manage a savings goal for a recent adventure vacation in Colorado.
When you’re splitting budget categories down the middle it can be tricky to know who has spent the most so far in a month. Our tags spending tracker Google Sheet makes this an easy riddle to solve. Learn how to get started with shared expense tagging in your Tiller spreadsheet.