Happy Spreadsheet Day from the Team at Tiller Money! We’re celebrating in Vermont, North Carolina, and Washington.
We centered an April Fools’ prank around Tiller support for VisiCalc, the first spreadsheet created back in the 70’s. The truth is, that old software for the Apple II computer was really important for our advancement into the digital era we live in today.
We reached out to Spreadsheet Day founder Debra Dalgleish (@ddalgleish on Twitter) to learn how she founded one of our favorite holidays.
Why spreadsheets are more flexible and powerful than apps when it comes to hands-on financial tasks like budgeting, tracking spending, and managing investments.
If you’re trying to create a customized spreadsheet-based budget, at some point you’ll need to pick a side in this fight: the old standby, Microsoft Excel, or the scrappy newcomer, Google Sheets?
An investment spreadsheet is one of the easiest and most versatile ways to track and truly understand your overall portfolio performance.
When you think of spreadsheets, the first programs that come to mind are likely Excel and Google Sheets. But what are the best spreadsheet alternatives?
Budgeting with Google Sheets provides nearly unlimited flexibility and customization for how you want to manage your money. Here are 18 tips to get you started.
Over-spreadsheet-itis: a little-known medical term used to describe a clinical obsession with the creation and endless tweaking and improvement of an ever-growing number of financial reports and spreadsheets.
Looking for a YNAB alternative? Check out these easy steps for getting your YNAB budget into one of Tiller’s automated finance Google Sheets.
Here’s how I solved a problem in a complex spreadsheet that was both very difficult yet simple to find.
If you love Google Sheets as much as we do, you’ve probably already discovered Ben Collins. He recently published an essential post, “10 techniques to use when building budget templates in Google Sheets.”