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Financial Calculators
May 5, 2014
10:26 am
HarrisJ4
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Post your best financial calculators!

In particular, I'm looking for investment calculators like this: http://www.tfsa.gc.ca/cal-eng.html

Here are a few useful ones (not sure if they're all up to date): http://www.calumross.com/mortg.....lculators/

As a newbie I found that these aren't useful for exact calculations but give a great idea of the future.

Jamie

May 5, 2014
1:05 pm
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Holy Cow...The governments' TFSA calculator won't let you add more than 5000 annually? Bit behind the times I would think.

Tangerine has a good mortgage calculator:
https://www.tangerine.ca/en/tools/index.html

I like Coast Capitals loan calculator:
https://www.coastcapitalsavings.com/Tools_Calculators/Loan_Calculator/

They also have a decent TFSA calculator:
https://www.coastcapitalsavings.com/Tools_Calculators/Tfsa_Calculator/

May 5, 2014
8:10 pm
Deb
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I use this set of calculators:

http://www.moneychimp.com/calc.....ulator.htm

May 7, 2014
2:43 pm
HarrisJ4
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Rick said

Holy Cow...The governments' TFSA calculator won't let you add more than 5000 annually? Bit behind the times I would think.

It's not the calculator, it's the program...They raised it to $5,500 last year, and unused portions of the limit can carry forward.

May 24, 2014
3:46 am
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Financial calculators has it's own features like interactive calculations, dynamic graphs and fully customizable reports so I want to prefer this type of calculators only.

July 2, 2014
5:29 pm
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Those calculators looks really great. Checked few values and seems like the are pretty close to the actual values. Recently I've noticed few calculators in Safebridge Financial Group's site:
https://www.safebridgefinancial.com/financial-calculators/
https://www.safebridgefinancial.com/tools/mortgage-calculators/
Check them out and let me know their reviews.

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