January is the perfect month to revisit (or reset) financial goals. Learn how Tiller can help you financially achieve more in the new year.
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How to automate your finances to reach your money goals faster with much less stress.
New Year’s resolutions get a lot of flack. But making important changes is easier when you attach meaning to them. The new year is a perfect opportunity for a fresh start.
via Tim Ferris: how a “past year review” (PYR) is more actionable than half-blindly looking forward with broad resolutions.
If you earn money that doesn’t have taxes withheld when you’re paid, you’ll probably have to pay quarterly estimated taxes to the IRS (and most likely to your state’s department of revenue) in 2019.
With your dollars, you express your values. The daily votes you make as you spend are profound, impactful, and shape the world around us in significant ways.
Tiller was recently featured on Kitces.com, the highly respected website for financial planners, and the “Top Blog On All Things Financial…
Create a Personal Finance Snapshot with this simple Google Sheets template that helps you quickly see what you can afford to spend and save.
Budgeting with someone you can’t stand is all about knowing when and how to compromise. Here are some of the most common situations and how to handle them.
Traditionally, the envelope method involves making categories for all your expenses, writing those categories on a bunch of envelopes, then putting a set amount of cash inside each envelope each paycheck. You only spend from those envelopes. When you take money out for expenses, you can see exactly how much is left.
Here’s why you should throw conventional budgeting advice out the window and instead think about all the things, both present and future, most important to you.
Zero-sum budgeting means every dollar of income you bring in is accounted for. When you get your paycheck, you know exactly how much is going towards food, gas, entertainment, savings, etc. When you’re done budgeting, you have no money left over.
We’ve made budgeting in a Google Sheet even easier with the release of our new budget template. Of course powered by Tiller’s automatic daily feed of bank transactions and balances, we’ve kicked it up a notch with some awesome new features to help you budget your way.
How to budget for irregular income: Big lump sum income, followed by zero income, is familiar to contractors, freelancers and commissioned salespeople. But even those willing to adhere to a budget struggle with managing their irregular income.
The Tiller Budget spreadsheet template brings your spending into focus for the current month, but what about reviewing spending across groups for previous months? You can easily add this customized view of your spending with a few simple steps
If you love Google Sheets as much as we do, you’ve probably already discovered Ben Collins. He recently published an essential post, “10 techniques to use when building budget templates in Google Sheets.”
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.