How much are you spending on monthly subscriptions? Which of those subscriptions add value to your life? Learn a few quick and easy ways to determine the costs of your recurring subscriptions using Tiller and Google Sheets.
The average graduate leaves college with over $27,000 in debt. Using a tool to track your spending, earnings, assets, and liabilities can help you pay off your student loans more quickly.
Luckily for the 143 million Americans affected by the Equifax hack there are steps that can be taken to guard against credit fraud. Tiller's founder shares 7 tips for a proactive approach to defending yourself against thieves after this infuriating hack.
Money can't buy happiness, right? In this post we explore how our values around time and money intersect and how maybe, if it's spent the right way, money can buy us a little more happiness.
Want to get a daily email summary of your budget dashboard progress? In this post we cover the simple steps of setting up this automatic email using a Google Script. You can have it email you and someone else every day, once a week or at your chosen time interval. Get a quick summary of the transactions that need to be categorized and your progress on your budget in your inbox every day!
After Capital One decided to shut down the Level Money app some of its users started checking out Tiller for an easy personal finance management alternative. In this post we share some insights about personal finance apps and why other Level Money customers might consider using a finance spreadsheet to stay dialed in to their finances.
Using a powerful built in feature of Google Sheets you can easily sync your categorized transactions, categories, and balance history between your Tiller spreadsheets for easy money management.
A long awaited feature is now available for Tiller customers: the option to remove accounts and institutions.
Is a finance spreadsheet right for you? They're not right for everyone, but they're incredibly powerful for giving you insights about your money. In this post we explore the reasons for and against using a spreadsheet to manage your money.
Using tags is a super handy way to organize your financial data in a spreadsheet. A Tiller customer, Jon Orlin, shares how he built a tags sheet to organize his transactions.
A highly requested feature is now available in your Tiller Console! Assign an account nickname to accounts connected to Tiller for more flexible finance tracking.
Are you in the + or - when it comes to your money? Where are you along the journey of meeting your financial goals? Why should you care? Our blog this week explores how to track your net worth, why it’s important, and introduces our new Net Worth template.
Our own Tiller budget template is finally here! Customize your budget period, group your categories, configure your linked accounts, track your budget progress, and get a detailed analysis of your transactions by category all with this easy-to-use budget spreadsheet.
Sometimes a single transaction doesn’t fit neatly into a single category. The purchase at the grocery store included food for home and also work expenses. The trip to the big box store was for household items but also gifts. Have no fear. We have a tool that makes it easy to split a single transaction into multiple categories.
What's the real reason behind that purchase? Peter explores what the Five Whys can reveal about our intentions behind a purchase and teach us about ourselves.