Our collection of investing and personal finance calculators.
One of the most frequently offered advice financial planners give their clients is to save money. Unfortunately, despite the obvious importance of saving money, most of us do not know how much to save or how to save.
It’s not easy to understand how much money to put away each paycheck, how much is needed for an emergency fund, or where to invest the money. Creating a household budget is a great first step, as long as you know how to set one up.
Perhaps the biggest long-term benefit of saving money is financial security. Setting money aside removes the concern about paying for emergency or unexpected expenses such as a medical bill or much needed home repair. It can also help us realize the dream of a new car, home, or paying for a child’s college education.
Investing and personal finance calculators can add clarity to saving money goals. They can help you better understand budgeting, how much money is needed in a rainy day fund, and how much you need to save today to pay for a future expense.
Links to our calculators:
- A Simple Sales Tax Calculator
- Capital Asset Pricing Model Calculator
- Return on Investment Calculator
- Stock Option Value Calculator
- Profitability Index Calculator
- Bond Yield Calculator
- Black-Scholes Calculator
- Taxable-Equivalent Yield Calculator
- Risk Tolerance and Asset Allocation Calculator
- Discounted Payback Calculator
- Debt and Leverage Ratio Calculator
- DuPont Equation Calculator
- Time Value of Money Calculator
- Weighted Average Cost of Capital Calculator
- Cash Conversion Cycle Calculator
- Return on Invested Capital Calculator
- Emergency Savings Calculator
- Intrinsic Value Calculator
- Liquidity Ratios Calculator
- Profitability Ratios Calculator
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I will tell you the secret to getting rich on Wall Street. You try to be greedy when others are fearful. And you try to be fearful when others are greedy.
– Warren Buffett – American investor, business tycoon, philanthropist