Personal Finance Calculator
We provide a number of calculators aim for consumers looking into their personal finances. The following calculators can help you determine everything from your net worth to a student budget.
Let us help you balance your checkbook. First tell us the ending balance on your statement, then enter all of your outstanding checks and deposits. If your checkbook register matches our calculated amount, your checkbook is balanced! If not, you may need to verify that all of your withdrawals and deposits are correct and accounted for.
Managing your monthly budget can be difficult and frustrating. One of the most important aspects of controlling your budget is to determine where your money is going. This calculator helps you do just that. By entering your income and monthly expenditures, you can see how much you have left to save and where your money is being spent. In addition, you can click the “View Report” to see your entries results in detail, which can help identify areas for improvement.
Your net worth is the value of all of your assets, minus the total of all of your liabilities. Put another way, it is what you own minus what you owe. If you owe more than you own, you have a negative net worth. If you own more than you owe you will have a positive net worth. This calculator helps you determine your net worth and estimates how it could grow (or shrink) over the next ten years.
This calculator is designed to help you see the financial impact of adding, or removing, a spouse’s income to your household. As with any decision of this type, there are many factors to consider, but knowing your finances is a good place to start. This calculator uses the 2016 withholding schedules, rules and rates (IRS Publication 15).
Use this calculator to help analyze your budget as a full-time student. This calculator is specifically designed to help students understand their expenses and income while attending a university, college or other full-time educational institution. This calculator allows you to input your expenses and income for an eight-month school year running from September through April.