Whether you use Mint.com, a spreadsheet or a napkin to manage your money there’s one thing that helps ensure your financial success. Peter shares his #1 rule for improving your financial situation and staying in control of your money on the Tiller blog this week.
Looking for some personal finance motivation? We're happy to share some of our most inspiring and motivating posts over the past couple years.
What should you do when you get that Google error, "There was a problem. This action would increase the number of cells in the workbook above the limit of 2000000 cells.” We've got a handy new add-on that will help.
Tiller just won the FinTech Breakthrough Award for the best personal finance budgeting service and we couldn't have done it without all of you!
Have you ever wanted to add a new column with a formula to your Transactions sheet that keeps up with the new rows added each day by the Tiller Feed Bot? This week on the blog we share how to use a Google Sheets ArrayFormula to trick out your Transactions sheet.
We’ve put together five of our favorite Google Sheet features. These powerful tricks will help you fine tune your financial tracking.
Feeling constrained by limited categories and reporting? We've put together the quick and easy steps for getting your finance data from Personal Capital into a spreadsheet.
While using credit cards isn't the best idea if you don't have your spending tuned in, if you have control of your spending your credit cards can work for you. Peter shares which credit cards he keeps in his wallet.
After his dog destroyed his favorite sweater, Peter begins to reflect on the opportunity cost of that $100 spent to replace it. He shares some insights about how to think about opportunity cost so you can make your money work toward your #1 goal.
Peter shares a simple but powerful formula for knowing how much to save to retire, and how much you can safely withdraw before you do, so you’re all set when you don’t need to work anymore.
There are many perks to working from home for yourself, but how does that complicate your taxes? In this post we share a strategy for pulling together your tax information to help you share your financial data with an accountant.
Are you prepared to file your taxes? Spreadsheets are a powerful and flexible tool that can help you with tax preparation. Here we share a few tips and tricks for getting it all organized.
It’s pretty awesome that Tiller automatically pulls your data into a spreadsheet and gives you a few built in charts, but what else can you do? In this post we explore how to add basic charts to visualize your spending.
Tim guides us through setting up a very basic Google Sheets QUERY to analyze spending on medical expenses for 2016.
Using a spreadsheet to track your investment portfolio? Check out this awesome built in feature of Google Sheets to quickly and automatically get your portfolio data into a spreadsheet.
As a culture we tend to accumulate stuff. Clothes, books, and gadgets, but where does it all go and why do we hoard it? Peter reflects on this habitual cycle and shares some ideas for how to learn to let go of the “cake.”
We've made it to the end of January, but are we still just as motivated about our financial goals? Peter share some insights into helping us stay on track and make progress.
Heather started her career thinking she’d follow the tradition of giving back after she spent her youth and middle age focused on making money. Then she decided to turn that model on its head. Read her story in this week’s Tiller blog.
Cash spending is still spending and we like to track it! We've put together some quick and easy steps for how to get your cash spending into your Tiller Sheet more efficiently, and from your smart phone too!
We’ve partnered with Lauren and Mark Greutman, longtime spreadsheet fans, to bring you a new budgeting template. With a focus on frugal living centered on your values, you can quickly set up your budget and track your progress.