This series of articles uses a number of different calculators to illustrate different points or to help you to determine your own financial position in a certain area. Here is a list of all of the different calculators found in this series:

You can use the
Weekly Investment Calculator
to help you calculate the future value of small weekly contributions
to an account. This calculator is used in the article entitled "Incentives", to
help you see the value of slow but steady saving. You will be amazed. |

You can use the
hidden expense calculator
to help you calculate all of your own hidden expenses and to determine
how much you should be setting aside each month to cover them. It is first used
in the article entitled "Understanding Your Position". |

You can use the
Monthly Cash Flow Calculator
to help you calculate all of your own monthly income and expenses and determine
your cash flow. This calculator is first used
in the article entitled "Understanding Your Position". |

You can use the
Net Worth calculator
to help you calculate your own net worth. This calculator is first used
in the article entitled "Understanding Your Position". |

You can use the
401(k) value calculator
to help you calculate the future value of your 401(k) account. This calculator is first used
in the article entitled "401(k) Accounts". |

You can use the
Retirement Planning Calculator
to help you calculate how much money you need to be saving for retirement in your
401(k) (or other) plan. This calculator is first used
in the article entitled "Retirement Planning". |

You can use the
Taxed and Non-taxed Compounding Calculator
to help you calculate how much an initial investment of $1,000 (or any other amount)
will grow in both taxed and tax-free accounts. It will also help you learn
about the effects of inflation. This calculator is first used
in the article entitled "Investment Options". |

You can use the
Life Insurance Calculator
to help you calculate how much life insurance you need. This calculator is first used
in the article entitled "Life Insurance". |

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