Getting your banking data into a spreadsheet used to be a hassle, until Tiller, but if you want to see older data in your Tiller Sheet you might need to manually import it. We’ve got a quick guide to getting historical data into your Transactions tab in a few simple steps.
Have a large group of historical transactions that need to be categorized? Perhaps all those times you got gas over the past several months that Tiller pulls in when you first create a Tiller Sheet? We’ve got an quick and easy way to categorize that lump of transactions using the built in features of Google Sheets.
A recent purchase of a new laptop made me realize how important the Transfer category is in my Tiller sheet, so we put together this quick guide to help you keep your spending organized when you have multiple accounts linked to your Tiller Sheet.
As you create new Tiller Sheets you might be curious about which template you should use. There’s no right answer and we encourage you to experiment with them all, but we put together a quick guide on how to choose a template. Read “Which Template Should I Choose?” on our blog.
Tax season can be stressful. Tiller aids your tax journey by allowing you to easily organize your expenses by category. Your accountant will thank you.
The tools we use and the way we manage our finances determine our perception about money and the way we spend it. Heather shares her story about how Tiller changed her relationship with and perception about money and how she spends it.
Want to dig deeper into your finance data for detailed money management review? Explore the power of the transactions tab by modifying, filtering, and sorting your data.
The Build Your Own template offers the logic for categorizing transactions and a balance summary tab, but doesn’t include other reports or dashboards. Experiment with your financial data by building your own analysis.