The great thing about your Tiller sheet is that, well, it’s a spreadsheet! Just like any other spreadsheet, you can customize it in a way that makes sense for your goals or the analysis you’d like to perform. We’re excited to share a few additional columns you can add to your Transactions tab and encourage you to mash it up any way you like.
Sometimes we need a broader view of our spending. For example, a way to track how much we’re spending at restaurants every month. Tiller’s capability expands beyond the weekly charts and reports. In this post we explore how to easily create a monthly spending pivot table using a new column available on the transactions tab.
Kathleen Celmins from Stacking Benjamins shares her story about how she learned to save half her income on a $30,000 salary and how anyone can learn to do the same with the help of Tiller and Stacking Benjamins Save 50 course.
Ready to get started with your Tiller sheet, but not sure how to categorize your spending? We’ve got a few tips and ideas to get the ball rolling.