Financial calculators assist users in forecasting their financial future by performing financial functions commonly needed in business and commerce. To help you pick what financial calculator will best assist you for your task at hand, I have created a list of five of the most useful financial calculators.
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Think you’re too young to start planning for retirement? Think again! Check out the many reasons why (and how) you should start saving now!
If financial hardship forced you to choose between your mortgage and your credit card, which would you choose? Our guest contributor, Peter Andrews, reveals the surprising differences between what we say and what we do – and why.
Creditworthiness is important to getting the most out of life, and should be a priority for anyone interested in improving their personal finances. Keep these three things in mind when determining your own credit score.
Making personal finance a priority for 2011? Set yourself up for success with these tips and suggested goals!
There are times when it makes sense to refinance your mortgage. It’s important to have a clear financial objective in mind so that you’re more [...]
“Where did my money go?” That’s a big question that comes up more often than we’d like. We spend money on many small things that [...]
Ever wonder how your credit score affects your mortgage? We take a look at the top 5 cities with the highest & lowest credit scores and discuss the ways that a good credit score can positively impact your home loan rate.
Managing your debt, expenses and available cash effectively will help you achieve your goal of being debt-free. Here are three methods of debt management to consider.
With unemployment at an all time high, and many families struggling through financial difficulties, it’s easy to view bankruptcy as a way out. But declaring bankruptcy may not only be damaging to your credit, it could also affect future purchases and opportunities. If you are considering filing for bankruptcy, here are ten ways to avoid bankruptcy.