Tiller brings all your finances together in one place, with flexible templates for paying off debt, budgeting and saving money for retirement and your emergency fund.
If you want to hugely increase the odds of achieving your financial goals - including paying off debt - consider sharing those goals with a partner.
Tracking your personal finance goals in a spreadsheet is incredibly simple as well as motivating. Here are tips for getting off to a strong start.
The #1 financial goal of summer: don't lose ground. But when it comes to making big new goals, perhaps it's better to be lazy and embrace micro-goals instead.
There is one transformative financial goal that transcends circumstances and is universally relevant. Simply put: become more aware of your spending.
You can use this same concept of creating charts to visualize and track personal finance goals across all areas in Google Sheets with Tiller - not just savings.
When we attend to our short-term financial goals, we’re infinitely more likely to achieve bigger, bolder long-term goals.
We’ve been asked quite often whether we offer a budgeting feature in any of our templates. The first of our new budgeting features is one that we’re now sharing from Derek Olsen with
How Do I Money. This template is live with Tiller, and in this week’s blog Derek shares his experiences with budgeting and using this template.