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Tiller Money: What You Should Know

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Is there any expense tracking app on Android integrated with Google Sheets? I just want to enter expenses and have them automatically synced with a Google Sheet.
Is there any expense tracking app on Android integrated with Google Sheets? I just want to enter expenses and have them automatically synced with a Google Sheet. Very interesting that there is no answer to this! And I don use any expense tracking - so there might be a solution on Android so I am not answering the question as such But - I have a couple of suggestions you might want to try - so you use the power of Google Drive to be independent of a developer and also much more flexible. The simplest solution is to create forms (using Google Forms) for your data entry. Those forms will show up nicely on your mobile browser and allow to enter data exactly the way you need it. It all ends up in a Google Sheet for further processing. Lots of tutorials out there exing how to do that - just Google it. Example How to create an expense tracker with Google Forms and Sheets s If you then need some processing you can use Google Apps Scripts which is a very (very) powerful language - essentially Java Script on the server side. I really mean powerful - most of the Google power is behind it nExample If you would like to be able to scan a receipt and run it through OCR filling the data into a spreadsheet - can be done There are other very interesting tools out there if you need a more sophisticated system but can code it yourself. I probably shouldn mention any but you need an example Ultra Dox 1 Smartsheet 1 Again - many others 1 So if you can find anything on the Playstore I rmend to put in the time and build your own - using the tools of your choice.
Does Excel have the same functionality as Google Sheets?
Functionality has at least two meanings Suitability for a purpose So if by the same functionality you mean are they both suitable for their purpose? that of course depends on the purpose. Many people will find either product suitable. Some will find one unsuitable while the other is suitable. But by the second definition Excel is by far the product with the greatest range of operations and features. I think it may be the single most-powerful consumer software program of all time (fact-check needed). All other spreadsheet programs are aiming at Excel well excellence. But Google Sheets has some very cool features and they definitely beat Microsoft to the punch when it came to offering a cloud solution with collaboration capabilities. Sure Microsoft has since caught up with that and their cloud solutions have provided that missing feature but they are dumbed down versions of the desktop software so it kind of unfair topare cloud-based Sheets to desktop Excel. Part of Google Suite allure is that you do not need a powerful expensive Windows PC or Mac to do some pretty great things. This is why it is verypelling for the average user who doesn have very large datasets orplex scripts. But if you really need power and capability Sheets cannote close to Excel. It is like David and Goliath. It not even a fair fight. But do you care about that? Maybe David is all you need. That what my wife thinks (I hope).
How did Trump become a president?
My AP US GoPo teacher had a really interesting take on this. In reality there were numerous reasons Trump was able to win the 216 election and maybe even win 22 (if he doesn get impeached and convicted by Congress). Media As controversial as the role of the media was in the 216 election we can all agree on the fact that the media gave Trump a ton of attention. And while the media repeatedly bashed Trump for his ideas they were spreading the word on his ideas and campaign. He received far more media attention throughout his entire campaign. While half the country was laughing at him the other half the rural and conservative side was understanding his message and adoring his aggressive attitude. They nodded along with every claim he made on TV on immigrants religion international relations the economy. The media spread Trump to every corner of America and by the time election day came along Trump was the most well-known candidate for sure. In addition his popularity allowed him to get donations from almost everyone who supported him. Even the poor rural populations who don get involved in politics. Twitter Hillary ran the basic campaign one of $1 dinners and presidential debates. Trump ran an aggressive message and aggressive ad campaigns. Because he was already a celebrity he already had a large portion of the population listening to what he was saying. This gave him far more attention. His use of social media spread his message to everyone and enough people agreed with him.
How do I use the new Microsoft Excel feature which allows users to pull stock price data into spreadsheets using native functions?
Microsoft and Plaid have teamed up to offer Money in Excel a new spreadsheet-based app named for the classic personal finance software. The way it works is straightforward. Individuals their financial accounts to Plaid. They can then track those financial accounts in Excel. (Similar to our product Feeds for Google Sheets s .) According to the announcement from Plaid s Money in Excel will include a Monthly Snapshot sheet with personalized charts and graphs. It also provides options to add templates for expenses net worth and more. Microsoft says Money in Excel gives you the tools to help you achieve your financial goals.
What's the saddest thing your child told you while you were struggling financially?
This isn what a child said to me but what I said to my mother. My parents never really got along when I was around. My father would call my mom a fat lazy piece of shit a cow and one time when I was too little to know any better got me to oink at her. She would hide in her room to smoke and I ended up starting to ask her; Should I lock the door and plug the bottom with a towel? My father would pick the lock then and continue to scream at her and I would hide in the closet with my cat. One time he was drunk and screaming again and I screamed back to leave my mom alone and he shoved me in the chest. I talked about this to a therapist while he and my mother were there a few years ago and he called me a liar and claimed my mother was brainwashing me. He used to threaten her saying how if she drove away he would call the police and say how she was driving drunk when she wasn and even got her to think she was insane. She even tried tomit suicide one time she told me by sitting in the garage with the door closed and the car running but stopped when she thought about me. It was around 212 my parents had just started the divorce process and my mom came to my school to pick me up from the last day of 2nd grade. We had to pack as my father was kicking us out. My mother currently at the time did not have a job so she had no money for us to rent a place so we had to move in with her father and his girlfriend. My father drove us out to a church and just dumped us there in the heat with no water and we had to sit there waiting for my grandpa toe and pick us up. My grandpa had little patience for a 738-year-old child who was diagnosed with ADHD and he yelled at me sometimes. He lived in a big two-story house in the middle of the Ohio farmlands basically and one time locked me outside and told me to go run around the pond a couple of times. Of course I just threw a bigger tantrum because yeah no little 8 years old me wasn having that shit and my mom let me back in. He also one time accused me of flushing something down his toilet that ruined his plumbing (I didn). Anyways his girlfriend eventually left him because she saw how he treated his daughter and his granddaughter and he blamed us. He came into me and my mom's room and told us to get the fuck out of his house. My mom obviously freaked out as she had nowhere else to live and asked him where she was supposed to live. You can go live under the bridge for all I care. My mother called him a bastard or something along those lines and he left the room I was told to pack while my mom was in tears and said that I would have to miss school. I looked at her and said; Mommy why don we just kill ourselves because nobody loves us? Imagine your 8 year old child telling you that. We ended up having to move into this shady motel for a few weeks with no internet no tv just a DVD player and a couple of DVDs. I remember hearing the shouts and screams of random people outside still.
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