It's as easy as 1, 2, 3.
Start your 30 day free trial.
Connect your accounts to Tiller.
Create a spreadsheet!
Read on below to learn more...
Sign up for Tiller
If you haven't yet created a Tiller account you can sign up at https://sheets.tillerhq.com/auth/signup using a Microsoft or Google account. This action does not start a free trial, but it does create a Tiller account for you in our systems.
It doesn't matter which authentication service you use (Google or Microsoft), you will still be able to try both Google Sheets and Excel using the same account.
1. Start your 30 day free trial
Create your account by signing into the Tiller Console with a Microsoft or Google account.
Accept the terms of service
Click "Start trial"
Enter a payment method
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It's $79 a year (that's less than $7 a month!). We only offer an annual subscription plan at this time.
Easy to cancel
It's super easy to cancel at any time during the trial, and you'll still receive 30 days of free access.
We also offer a 60 day money back guarantee. If you find Tiller isn't helping you within 60 days of your trial ending, we'll refund you 100%, fast and easy. Just reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org if you need a refund.
11K+ institution support
Curious if your accounts are supported? Check our list here. Didn't find it in the list? Add it to our unsupported list here.
2. Connect financial accounts
Securely connect your accounts to Tiller under the Account Summary on the Tiller Console. You can start connecting all your accounts as soon as you start your trial.
From the Tiller Console (https://sheets.tillerhq.com/auth/login), click “Add Accounts" under Account Summary.
The Add Accounts search page will open.
Begin typing the name of your bank or institution into the search box and a list will appear. For best results, search using all lowercase letters and the first few letters of your bank or institution. Review these tips if you have trouble finding your bank.
Once found enter the username and password you would use to log in directly to your bank's website. We recommend manually typing these instead of using a password manager or copy/paste.
If a successful connection is established you'll see that you can add more accounts while we gather your details.
If you get any errors or failed messages review our troubleshooting tips here.
We recommend applying account nicknames to accounts on the Console before you create your first spreadsheet. Read more here.
3. Create a spreadsheet
We offer integrations with Google Sheets and Microsoft Excel. If you aren't sure which one is right for you, or you're new to spreadsheets, we recommend Google Sheets.
With a single Tiller subscription, you can create up to 5 separate spreadsheets powered by Tiller Money Feeds. You choose which accounts are linked to each sheet and mix and match. Create one for personal, one for business, another for rental property, and more, each operating with its own budget.
Click the "Start with Google Sheets" or "Start with Microsoft Excel" on the Tiller Console under Create a Spreadsheet to access the Foundation Template for each platform, which will guide you through setting up the spreadsheet with our financial data feeds or start in a blank Google Sheet if you prefer to build your own.
You can also try both Google Sheets and Microsoft Excel using the same trial subscription.
The Foundation Template for Google Sheets and Microsoft Excel offers monthly and yearly budget views and cash flow analysis, as well as a net worth calculation and spending insights.
Use your own template?
If you prefer to use your own Google Sheet or Excel Workbook you can do that too.
Review our guide on connecting Tiller's financial feeds to your existing Google Sheet.
Review our guide on connecting Tiller's financial feeds to your existing Excel Workbook.
Explore dozens of solutions for tracking net worth, budgeting, debt snowball, and more via the Tiller Community Solutions add-on for Google Sheets. Most of these are compatible with the Foundation Template for Google Sheets and are supported by the Tiller Community.