New: Tiller Community Builder’s Workshop feat. Retirement Planner Spreadsheet

Preparing to retire takes careful planning that begins years in advance. A spreadsheet is the perfect tool for the job. The Retirement Planner Spreadsheet template by Jon O. in the Tiller Community Solutions Gallery lays a strong foundation by consolidating assets and cash flows, and provides helpful levers to project future values. 

In this Tiller Community Builder’s Workshop, Jon explains how the spreadsheet works, how he built it, and answers your questions.

In this webinar you will: 

  • Learn what the Retirement Planner solution is designed to do
  • Explore how it was built to allow maximum customization
  • Dive into how it works both as a standalone sheet and with the complimentary Cash Flow sheet
  • Have the opportunity to ask questions about the Retirement Planner & Cash Flow sheet

Additionally, in this webinar you will learn more about the Tiller Community Builder’s badge and the new Tiller Community Solutions Gallery and Add-on.

Please join us on Monday, September 13 at 12PM PT / 3PM ET for this informative and lively webinar. We’ll save plenty of time for your questions. Register even if you can’t attend and we’ll email you a link to more resources including the recorded session. 

Click here to register

If you can’t make it but have questions you want us to address in the webinar, reply below in the Community to ask your questions in advance.

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Heather Phillips

Heather comes from a background of user experience design & customer support. She loves helping others learn, explore and discover better ways to use applications and products that improve their lives. When she’s not coaching customers on Tiller best practices, tweeting or writing blogs, she’s probably at a yoga class, out for a hike in the Blue Ridge, or off volunteering for a variety of non-profits.

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