We created this Financial Calculator page to provide the basic tools to construct your financial plan in one place.

An old saying goes like this: “If you don’t know where you are going, any road will get you there.”

One way to plan your financial future is to consider how much money you need to do what you want, live your chosen lifestyle, and enjoy ongoing income from your investments.

These calculators provide a clear picture of the power of exponential returns (also known as compounding interest) and how vital it is to have goals, know what your financial needs are when you wish to stop working or change careers, and how much you need to invest on an ongoing basis to reach your goals.

These calculators can deduce some clear lessons: 1. Start early. 2. Invest every month. 3. The longer the investment term, the better. 4. The higher the ROI, the better. 5. Don’t lose your principle.

> Retirement Calculator

Answers a question most people ask at one time or another, “Assuming regular investment amounts, how much will I have when I retire?” > here

> Retirement Age Calculator

Answers the question, “At what age can I retire?” > here

> Retirement Savings Calculator

Answers the question, “How much do I need to save or invest each month to reach my retirement goal?” > here

> Savings Calculator

Answers the question, “How much will I have after making a series of deposits assuming a fixed interest rate?” > here

> Loan Calculator

A general-purpose loan calculator for a monthly loan payment includes a detailed amortization schedule with date-based payments. > here

> Mortgage Calculator

Calculate unknown values, including price, monthly loan payment, or percentage of cost available as a down payment. Includes a detailed amortization schedule with date-based payments and charts. > here

> Auto Loan Calculator

Calculates the monthly payment, affordable car price, down payment required, or loan amount. > here

Andrew John Harrison