How Tiller Works
Your financial worksheets updated, every day
The Tiller™ service automatically pulls transaction data from all of your credit card, checking, and savings accounts every day. We then feed your data into a secure Tiller Sheet spreadsheet so you've always got a current view.
Organized money management
We let you categorize it the way you want. Setting up categories takes just a few seconds, and soon you’ll have a rich data set in your financial planning worksheet. Our standard reports help you to build awareness around your spending, and it’s easy to build your own reports to dive deeper into your personal or family finances.
Finance worksheets for every case
Create up to five Tiller Sheets pulling data from a few or every linked account for all your money management needs. Share one with your spouse for family budgets, one with your child to help them track spending in a shared checking account, and another for work related expenses. The sky’s the limit. Read more about our multiple sheets feature on the Tiller Blog.
Flexibly fine tuning your finance
Harness the power of Google Sheets. Filter your financial transactions to drill down and identify spending for a specific amount, merchant or date. Build your own pivot tables for customized reporting to understand and analyze personal finance trends. Modify transaction descriptions, add new rows, make notes, or add in new columns to track what's important to you. Read about our full list of supported columns on the Tiller Blog.
Share your sheet for easier money management
The daily Tiller update combined with Google Sheets make collaboration easy. You can share your monthly budget spreadsheet or financial planning worksheet with your spouse, your accountant, or your elderly parent. A revision history keeps track of every change, and you can access your Tiller Sheet from anywhere.
Cash spending is still spending and we like to track it! We've put together some quick and easy steps for how to get your cash spending into your Tiller Sheet more efficiently, and from your smart phone too!
How much did you spend on food last month? How can you tell whether you spent more on fast food, restaurants or groceries? We understand the desire to be detailed so we put together this quick how-to on using subcategories in your Tiller Sheet for a more detailed spend analysis.
Just because they’re hidden to the far right on your Transactions tab doesn’t mean they’re not useful. Learn about four lesser-known columns that are populated with some helpful data for your money management.
Using a built in feature of Google Sheets you can easily and securely get your financial data, like your transactions and balance history, into another Google Sheet. You can use this quick spreadsheet function to harness your data for use in advanced reporting dashboards or quickly get it into an existing financial worksheet. Learn more about the IMPORTRANGE Google Sheets function.
Our philosophy at Tiller is to pay attention to the future, not the past. When our time is limited, we have a much bigger impact focusing on today and this week rather than yesterday and last year. That said, if you really want to get that old data into your Tiller Sheet, we’ve added a new guide about importing Mint data. It complements our other guide on manually importing bank data.
We're launching our knowledge base, the Tiller Help Center. You'll find information about how Tiller connects with your financial accounts, resource guides, and more.
Tiller and the power of Google Sheets give you several options for staying informed about updates and changes to your finance worksheets. We quickly review the features that help you stay on top of your money management.
Tiller users often create customized reports and charts in their finance worksheets. Leveraging the power of Google Sheets makes it really easy to reuse those financial reports in other Tiller Sheets. Here's a quick how-to on copying over your financial reporting between sheets.
Google Sheets makes collaborating on your financial worksheets very simple. Tiller makes this even better by allowing you to be selective about what financial data is shared with whom.