Here are some of our proprietary free investing calculators. As is always the case with
financial caclulators, make sure that you do your research and use valid inputs, as the output of
any model depends solely on the quality of the inputs used. Also, you should use scenario analysis
when using these calculators. For example, when calculating your retirement goal, it is best to use
several different interest rates, inflation rates, and savings rates so that you can see what kind of
effect small changes in your assumptions make to the impact of reaching your goals.
This calculator uses as inputs the amount of money you have now, the years to
grow, and the rate of return to calculate how much money you will have at the
end of the growth period. It is a great example of how the time value of
money and the compounding effect of money come into play in wealth building.
This is a great investment calculator because it tells you how long it will
take to reach your retirement goal. The inputs for this calculator are the
amount you invest each year, your financial goal amount, and your expected
annual return. Put in these three assumptions and the model will tell you
how many years it will take you to reach your goal. Make sure and change
the assumptions to see the effect that they have on the time to reach your
This investing calculator estimates how much your current portfolio will be
worth at some point in the future, given different levels of return and
different amounts of time invested. Fill in the assumptions and see how
much you could save if you invest wisely.