John Maxwell says, "A budget is telling your money where to go, instead of wondering where it went." Now it's your turn to tell your money where to go by using this budgeting tool.
This calculator will help you break down your finances and determine how much house you can afford.
Select a call by topic to hear real-life, financial dilemmas and apply some of the personal finance principles you are learning to these situations.
If you start investing now, how much money will you have in 40 years? This simple interactive calculator will give you the answers you need with only a few clicks.
Taking control of your money is eighty percent behavior and twenty percent head knowledge. You CAN beat debt and build wealth. The Debt Snowball Tool minimizes your effort to "do the numbers" and helps you visualize how you are reducing your debt and what steps you need to take next.
As Zig Ziglar said, "If you aim at nothing, you'll hit it every time." It's time to get started setting some goals. Use the Goal Tracker to help you set and reach your goals.
Where to live is a major question for some college students. This tool will help you determine what's best for your situation.
Thinking about moving to another city? How do you know if you can afford the cost of living? Use this calculator to input your living expenses and see how they would compare in a different city.
How much interest will you pay if you stay in debt your entire life? The answer might scare you, but be brave and punch some numbers into this calculator to find out!
We all want to retire with money in the bank. This calculator will help you know how much money you will need at retirement to keep up the standard of living you want.