Updated – 2019
When you create a Tiller account, you sign up with your Google account. No one can access your Tiller account unless they have access to your Google account.
9 of the 15 largest US banks use Yodlee to manage their financial data. Yodlee is a publicly traded company and has undergone 200 audits by financial institutions in the past 24 months.
No one on Tiller’s team will see your private transaction data or your spreadsheets unless you override your default settings and specifically choose to share data with a Tiller analyst or support team.
Tiller has read-only access to your bank data. Tiller cannot move, transfer, or invest money. Tiller cannot create new accounts, or change passwords or permissions with any financial institution.