Sorry if this is a duplicate post, but looking for a add-in for microsoft excel for debt payoff/debt snowball. I’m in the trail period and this is a must for me to use this product. Thanks in advance for any assistance.
Welcome, @darren-woods! Unfortunately, we don’t have the Debt Planner ported to Excel yet… though… funny thing… we just started the process of finding some builders to help us port Sheets templates to Excel TONIGHT.
It will be at least three months until we have that template ported. Would you be willing to try using Sheets? (I was an Excel user until I found Tiller and now I like Sheets better.)
I’d also like the Debt Planner for Excel. I like having my spreadsheet on my local drive vs in the cloud when using Sheets
Ok, @kayla. Thanks for your input.
Hello, wondering how progress is going on porting the debt paydown sheet to Excel? Thanks
Good question, @mattcatt. We have a few other Excel-template migrations in the works right now— Tags Report and Monthly Analysis. Debt Progress is likely next up, but it is a heavy lift so give us a little time.
Just wondering how it’s going for the Debt Planner for EXCEL? Thx
If you are a wanting a feature-full Debt-Reduction planning tool, require a local version of Excel, AND use the Windows operating system then I would encourage you to look at this: https://community.tillerhq.com/t/excel-zero-based-budgeting-comprehensive-spend-and-cashflow-management-tool
Specifically, see the demo here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1G_hwAwevvE
It simulates Snowball, Avalanche and Custom elimination scenarios for up to 20 debts.
To download this tool, just use the link at the top of this post:
I note that although this tool also links to Tiller feeds for downloading transactions for budgeting, the first couple of sheets can simply be used as a standalone debt elimination planning tool.
This tool should meet your needs until the Tiller team completes the migration of the Debt Planner from sheets!
Thanks for the information @Alex.Mtz, i will have to take a look.
Hi, is there an update on this functionality? Debt paydown is a critical to how I would like to use this system. Thanks
Have you checked out the new Debt Payoff Planner template in Excel? Introducing the New Tiller Debt Payoff Planner Spreadsheet