Financial Calculators
Financial Calculators
Compound interest
Use this calculator to determine how much your money can grow using the power of compounding. More...
 
Savings Calculator
Use our saving calculator to see how a consistent approach to investing can make your money grow. This calculator will help you to determine the right amount to save on a regular basis to achieve your goal. More...
 
Goal Savings Calculator
Have a goal in mind? Find out how much you need to save to attain the respective goals More...
         
Pay off Credit Card
Estimate how long it takes to clear your debt. More...
 
Mortgage
Check whether you can afford a loan or mortgage and see what the total interest charges would be. More...
 
Child Education
Calculate the total education expenses against inflation rate and give your child the best education. More...
         
Retirement
Use this calculator to plan your cash flow in retirement. You can estimate how long your money will last, and the impact of changes in external factors (investment return, inflation) and personal choices (lifestyle decisions, spending) on your cash flow. More...
 
To Invest or To Pay off debt
Use this calculator to determine whether to use the available funds to invest further or to pay off the current debts. More...
 
Buy or Rent
This calculator helps you decide whether it's better to buy or rent a home, based on your net investment gain. More...
         
Budget Estimator
Use our tool to track your expenses and to identify areas where you can cut back. Keeping to a budget can go a long way in growing our savings.More...
 
Insurance Needs
Use this tool to find the insurance required for you based on various factor so that your family will be able to maintain the same standard of living even during the downturn in your lifeMore...
 
Investment Recovery
This calculator will help you find out how long it will take for your investment to recover its value after a market downturn and identify how long it will take to get back on track to reach your original goal. More...
 
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