Sharing money is sharing power, and there is a way for couples to maintain their individual power while working together as a happy, equal economic team.
Here are 11 helpful questions about money to discuss with your partner when your relationship is getting serious.
Essential tips for sharing and collaboration in Google Sheets, with best practices for security, privacy, emailing, chatting, and more.
How people are using a
spreadsheet to manage shared expenses with Tiller Money. The Tiller service is built on Google Sheets, which is inherently collaborative.
Research shows that couples who budget together are happier, more secure, and – well, let’s just say they do more together.
Finances in a marriage can be complicated - especially when both partners earn income via freelance work. Here's how one couple uses spreadsheets to manage it.
Inspired by the 36 questions about love, we've assembled 36 questions to ask your partner about money. After all, couples are happier when they talk about money
If you want to hugely increase the odds of achieving your financial goals - including paying off debt - consider sharing those goals with a partner.
When you’re splitting budget categories down the middle it can be tricky to know who has spent the most so far in a month. Our tags spending tracker Google Sheet makes this an easy riddle to solve. Learn how to get started with shared expense tagging in your Tiller spreadsheet.
Life gets expensive fast when you’re a special needs parent. From therapies to medical equipment to home care, a diagnosis can simultaneously bring relief, hope for better treatment, and a huge financial burden.
It can be incredibly difficult to feel like you aren’t giving your child enough because someone else has given their child “more.” But in many cases, “more” isn’t necessarily better.
When is it time to get the kids involved with managing money? We’re looking at a few strategies for financial literacy for kids as young as three and all the way through college.