You only need to know a few Google Sheets formulas for budgeting and personal finance to transform your spreadsheets into the ultimate tool for managing money.
Heather shares how she used the Tiller Budget spreadsheet template to track and manage a savings goal for a recent adventure vacation in Colorado.
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.
As a company that makes tools to track and budget money in spreadsheets, it makes sense that we also use spreadsheets to track and budget our time.
Learn how to pull the transactions for a single bank account into a separate Google Sheet using a quick query.
To use emoji in Google Sheets, simply cut and paste the emoji of your choice from Emojipedia or from the cheat sheet below into an empty cell.
Want to gain a better understanding of your spending and earning across time periods? Check out this quick financial comparison Google Sheet we put together to help you visualize your financial picture over two distinct time periods.
Save time in your Google Sheets with Macros
Curious what the balance of your bank accounts might be on any given day of the month? We’ve built a simple sheet to give you an estimate. Here we share the steps to get this Projected Balances Google Sheet up and running in your Tiller spreadsheets.
Curious how to get your Quicken data into an automated financial spreadsheet? In this blog we share the steps so you can move your historical data with you.
With a little explanation, you will come to appreciate the utility of pivot tables in Google Sheets. With just a few clicks, you can turn dull data into a tool for deeper understanding and faster decision making.
Last year I moved to Japan. It’s been fascinating to observe how the Japanese spend, save, and view money compared to people in the US.