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Calculators > Cash Flow
Use this calculator to determine the impact inflation may have on your standard of living.
A projected cash flow statement can help you evaluate your personal income and expenses and see if you potentially may run 'in the red or the black' at a future date.
Use this calculator to help determine what you could accumulate by reducing or eliminating discretionary monthly expenses.
If your income does not keep pace with increasing consumer prices then your standard of living can be reduced.
Where does all the money go? An itemization of your living expenses may help you budget better and plan for future expenses.
It is prudent planning to have at least three to six months of liquid/cash assets set aside in the event of a loss of job, medical emergency, short-term disability, etc.
When you receive some extra money it may be difficult to determine whether you should invest the funds or use them to retire debt. Financial theory recommends that if your after-tax return on investments is greater than your after-tax cost of debt then you should invest.
You have worked hard to accumulate your savings. Use this calculator to determine how long those funds will last given regular withdrawals.
A working spouse can provide additional needed household income. However, when making your decision, you need to look at the net income generated by a working spouse not simply the gross income. Factors such as health insurance savings, increased daycare expenses, additional transportation costs, etc. need to be considered.
In order to get where you want to go, you need to know where you are. You can get a view of your financial position by generating a personal net worth statement.
Over time your net worth will change as your assets earn interest or are depleted and your liabilities increase or decrease. Use this calculator to estimate what your net worth could be in the future based on specified growth rates.
Businesses generate a sources and uses of cash statement to evaluate their income and expenses and to check profitability. Similarly, a cash flow statement can help you evaluate your personal income and expenses and see if you are running 'in the red or the black' each month.
Calculators > Business
Implementation of a Qualified Plan and/or Section 125 Cafeteria Plan can result in significant tax savings and benefits to both the employer and employee.
Before you launch a new venture, you should take the time to estimate the total capital that will be needed. Startup costs are divided into two main categories: one-time startup costs and recurring monthly expenses. Depending on when you expect to receive payments for your goods and services, it may be wise to begin with several months of working capital.
Use this APR calculator to help determine whether it makes sense financially for you to pay your creditors and/or bill your customers either monthly, quarterly or semi-annually.
Similar to bond or real estate valuations, the value of a business can be expressed as the present value of expected future earnings.
Given your profit margin, it is important to know how many units of a certain product that you will need to sell in order to cover your fixed/startup costs.
Leasing is a popular method of acquiring new equipment for your business. Although the payments may seem attractive, it may not always be the best financial decision versus purchasing the equipment outright and financing it with a low interest loan.
A regular review of your company's financial ratios can help you focus on areas that may need improvement. Liquidity, efficiency, and profitability ratios, compared with other businesses in your industry, can highlight any strengths and weaknesses you might have over your competition.
Your employees may be surprised to find out how much is paid out in other benefits in addition to their salaries. The employer has both required and discretionary payments that it makes on behalf of the employee.
Section 179 of the IRS tax code gives businesses the opportunity to deduct the FULL purchase price of qualifying new and used equipment, and software placed into service during the tax year they were purchased or financed. This tax break encourages small businesses to invest in themselves and to purchase equipment sooner rather than later. There are some limits, however, to the amount that can be written off. ($1,000,000 in 2018) The Section 179 deductions decrease dollar for dollar on purchases over $2.5 million. After the Section 179 benefits are exhausted; Bonus Depreciation of 100% can now be taken until 2022 on the remaining amount of equipment placed into service. Use this calculator to help determine your Section 179 write off amount and the tax savings it might generate for you.