Sunday, May 06, 2007

Financial Calculators Galore

I stumbled across yet another financial calculator website today. Hugh's Mortgage and Financial Calculators is a great site offering traditional finance calculators (IRA and house one can afford), as well as several really unique calculators (sack lunch savings, gas savings and beverage savings). After picking through Hugh's site a bit, I thought I would share other great financial calculators I found on the web:

I ran the beverage savings calculator and found that I could save $208/year and $3,315 after 10 years if I order water every time I go out to eat, assuming that my beverage usually costs $2 and I go out to eat twice a week. I also ran the retirement savings now vs. later and found that a person my age would have to pay $254 more each year to have the same ending balance if they choose to wait a year to fund a retirement account, assuming a $2,500/year contribution.

Feel free to share your favorite calculators...


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