Additional Budget and Financial Calculators
Free Calculators To Improve Your Finances
A well-rounded budget that is consistently reviewed can make one of the largest impacts on whether an individual is successful in achieving their financial goals, or missing the mark because they aren’t sure where their money is going.
About The Budget Calculators:
50/30/20 Budget Calculator: The 50-30-20 budgeting tool is probably the easiest budget calculator available for figuring your monthly expenses: 50% to living, 30% to wants, and 20% to savings and investments.
Simple Budget Calculator: The Simple Budget Calculator determines your monthly expenses based upon 6 principal categories: Food, Housing, Bills, Transportation, Entertainment and Misc.
Money Pie Calculator: The Money Pie budgeting tool calculates how much of your paycheck you should put toward 6 categories: generosity, living expenses, savings, investments, income improvement and fun.
Budget Calculator For Teens: The Budget Calculator For Teens shows how much of your money to put toward 5 categories: Be Nice, Be Smart, Be Patient, Be Ready, and Spend It.
Apartment Moving Budget Calculator: The Apartment Moving Budget Calculator helps you prepare for all of the expenses related to moving apartments to minimize any unpleasant financial surprises.
Now start estimating how you can divide your income into different groups such as savings, wants and needs. Enjoy!
How DO Budget Calculators Help?
A budget calculator can help you easily create a budget. You can review numerous scenarios based on anticipated future changes to your income and expenses. It’ll allow you to have a quick idea of what you have to work with.
Why Do You Need A Budget?
A budget allows you to have enough money to cover the items you need, while still help you plan for the things you want. Using a budget will help you control your spending and avoid debt related issues.
When Should You Budget?
While it’s up to you on how often you should review your budget, we’d recommend at minimum once every-other week. Ideally, you’d want to review your budget once-per-week to ensure your current spending is aligned with your bigger picture needs. Also, increasing the frequency helps ensure that you stick to your routine. Miss a few weeks and you may find you’ve lost the motivation to monitor your finances.
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