1. Retirement Calculator
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This financial calculator would be a great resource to use in a blog about combating retirement anxiety, for example, or for showing people exactly how much money they need to save to live comfortably.
2. Required Minimum Calculator
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People who are over 70-years-old and who have Traditional, Rollover, SEP or SIMPLE IRAs are required by law to take Required Minimum Distributions every year. This calculator will help them do exactly that.
3. Income Annuity Estimator
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Income annuities are a great way to provide people with the confidence they need to know that they will have a guaranteed amount of income during their retirement years. This calculator breaks the process down of finding that annuity income estimate into a series of smaller, more straightforward steps.
4. Beneficiary RMD Calculator
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People who have inherited an IRA or some other type of retirement plan account can use this calculator to find out more about the estimated annual withdrawals that they might have to take in certain situations.
5. College Savings Calculator
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A lot of people stress out about saving for college because of how uncertain the whole process is. This calculator is perfect for clearing up some of that uncertainty and is perfect for helping people find out exactly how much they’ll really need to save.
6. Roth IRA Conversion Calculator
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Depending on someone’s unique situation, converting to a Roth IRA may not actually make sense. You could write a blog post about why this is the case and then include a link to this helpful calculator to help illustrate your points in greater detail.
7. Investment Planning
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There’s a lot that can go wrong in terms of investment planning, but this calculator is a great way to make sure people have the accurate information they need to make the best decisions possible moving forward.
8. Retirement Planning
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Retirement planning is a very precise process, and one that is unique to the individual. This calculator can help people consider their options very carefully so that they can begin to build a stronger and longer-lasting future for themselves.
9. Self-Employed Plan Contribution
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When someone is self employed, it can be difficult to determine how much they should be contributing to things like an IRA. This calculator can help someone make sense of the situation in just a few easy steps.
10. Rent vs. Buy Calculator
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At a certain point, it absolutely makes more sense to buy a home than it does to keep renting from a financial perspective. This calculator is designed to help people understand whether they’ve reached that point.
11. Home Affordability Calculator
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Home ownership is a dream of many people out there, and this calculator is optimized to give people insight into just how close to that dream they really are.
12. Using a 401k for a Home Down Payment
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A lot of people don’t realize that it does sometimes make financial sense to take money out of a 401k to help with the down payment on a house. This calculator helps them weigh the pros and cons while considering their own unique information.
13. True Cost of Living Calculator
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This calculator is perfect for illustrating just how much money it takes to live in a place like San Francisco once things like rent, food and even taxes are accounted for.
14. Mortgage Refinance Calculator
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Refinancing a mortgage is a great way to reduce your interest rate and to generally just lock into more favorable terms. This calculator can be a helpful way to illustrate just how much a person can save.
15. Emergency Fund Calculator
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This calculator can help people understand exactly how much money they’ll need to save to make sure they’re prepared for the various types of unexpected emergencies that life happens to throw at us.