Organize your finances in one place for easy review
Even when you’re starting out, you probably already have a couple of different bank and credit accounts. To see what’s happening with your money, you have to jump from website to website.
Instead, use a personal finance tool like Tiller Money that brings all your accounts into one dashboard so you can easily track your entire financial life in one place.
Understand where your money goes
Most people have no idea how much money they actually spend week to week and month to month. This makes it almost impossible to take control of your finances. But Tiller Money makes it easy to see e your income and spending in one place by pulling data from your bank accounts into Google Sheets. See exactly what’s going on with your cash flow so you can stay on top of things even when you’re busy working or traveling for work.
first step of getting your finances organized is tracking spending so you know where your money is actually going. Tiller Money makes this easy by automatically bringing your daily spending, bill payments, and other outflows together in one place.
Build a budget and optimize your spending
For most people, making a budget is fundamental for financial success. Tiller Money makes budgeting easy and low-maintenance, with flexible pre-built budget templates, a helpful community, and advice on getting started.
Organize your debt and schedule your payments
Debt can feel overwhelming. But once you have your credit cards, loans, and other liabilities organized in one place, it’s much easier to see how you can pay it off. Tiller Money provides a free Debt Payoff Planner, along with multiple net worth templates that help you see where you stand.
Build your emergency fund
The first step of getting your finances organized is tracking spending so you know where your money is actually going. Tiller Money makes this easy by automatically bringing your daily spending, bill payments, and other outflows together in one place.
“It’s easy to blow $60 in an evening. When your Tiller Money spreadsheet shows that worked out to $180 or $240 a month, you begin to see that’s real money.”
Get started with the only personal finance tool designed for every stage of your financial journey
Tiller Money™ automatically updates Google Sheets and Microsoft Excel with your daily spending and balances. Know where you stand at a glance, without data entry and logging into multiple accounts.