How people are using a spreadsheet to manage shared expenses with Tiller Money. The Tiller service is built on Google Sheets, which is inherently collaborative.
Essential tips for sharing and collaboration in Google Sheets, with best practices for security, privacy, emailing, chatting, and more.
Modern couples make their own rules for sharing their finances. Here are 5 different ways couples use Tiller to track some or all of their shared expenses.
See how Tiller leverages the secure, user-friendly sharing features of spreadsheets so you can collaborate on your finances with your partner, spouse, or financial planner.
Here's why the best budget app for couples is simply a free, flexible spreadsheet - with tips for getting started and free templates.
Here's how to easily configure Tiller to track and manage shared expenses.
There are many reasons you’d want to know how to share an Excel file. For example, many of Tiller’s subscribers use Microsoft Excel’s sharing features to seamlessly budget with their spouse, track shared expenses, or manage money with a financial…
When my wife and I started to get serious about budgeting, we quickly realized we needed structure to stay on top of it. To create that structure, we’ve developed our Monthly Budget Meeting.
If you want to hugely increase the odds of achieving your financial goals - including paying off debt - consider sharing those goals with a partner.
Here are 11 helpful questions about money to discuss with your partner when your relationship is getting serious.
Research shows that couples who budget together are happier, more secure, and – well, let’s just say they do more together.
Finances in a marriage can be complicated - especially when both partners earn income via freelance work. Here's how one couple uses spreadsheets to manage it.