Our Tiller Money Labs team is working to keep you efficient, inspired, and enabled with financial templates, tools and workflows. In our Tiller Money Labs Roundups, we keep you updated on our latest features and sheets.
Yesterday, we published the new Debt Planner template, a streamlined refresh of the old Debt Progress template. The new version boasts performance improvements, improved integration with Tiller Money budgeting, and no add-on dependencies when recalculating (the Tiller Money Labs add-on must be installed for the original version to recalculate).
The Debt Planner template helps you build a comprehensive debt payoff plan to help you achieve debt freedom. You can use a variety of payoff prioritization methods to build your plan including “snowball”, “avalanche” or a custom ranking method which allows to to rank your debts in the order in which you’d like them to be paid off.
Long-time Debt Progress users are under no obligation to migrate. At this time, the two sheets can be run in parallel. We encourage new users to use the Debt Planner version.
You can find and install this new template using the Add a Solution feature in the Tiller Money Labs add-on.
This week, we published a substantial under-the-hood update to the Tiller Money Labs add-on to improve performance and security.
Please let us know if you notice any features or tools not working as you’d expect and we will do our best to get to them fixed as quickly as possible.