We often write about spending and whether it aligns with our values and priorities. In fact, the answer to that riddle defines our lives. We’re excited to announce the release of our latest template that guides us through an exercise to tune our spending and values: Values-Driven Budgeting (inspired by Carl Richards).
Just because they’re hidden to the far right on your Transactions tab doesn’t mean they’re not useful. Learn about four lesser-known columns that are populated with some helpful data for your money management.
While a higher income might seem to be the key to achieving our financial goals, making more also makes it easier to spend more on unimportant things. Spending towards our goals, rather than what’s comfortable or convenient, is the key to reaching those goals.
The Tiller Google Sheets add-on allows you to quickly and easily split transactions into multiple rows.
Our philosophy at Tiller is to pay attention to the future, not the past. When our time is limited, we have a much bigger impact focusing on today and this week rather than yesterday and last year. That said, if you really want to get that old data into your Tiller Sheet, we’ve added a new guide about importing Mint data. It complements our other guide on manually importing bank data.
Peter has been spending money on the house while his son raises money to send an orphan to school. Where do we spend our precious dollars? Spending with intention starts with knowing where you’re spending. Read more about how his family navigates this tricky space.
Tiller and the power of Google Sheets give you several options for staying informed about updates and changes to your finance worksheets. We quickly review the features that help you stay on top of your money management.