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Folks --

Some of you may find some of these handy calculators... well, handy.

http://www.fool.com/calcs/calculators.htm

Below are the topics they cover.

Selena

Foolish Calculators

Auto | Credit/Budget | Home | Retirement/Saving

Auto

How much should depreciation cost me?
Should I finance or pay cash?
How much will my monthly payments be?
How much should I put down?
What term of loan should I chose?
Should I use home equity loan instead of auto loan?
Which is better: a rebate or special dealer financing?
How long should I keep a car?
What car can I afford?



Credit and Budget

How much am I spending?
What will it take to pay off my balance?
How much will it cost to raise a child?
How much should I set aside for emergencies?
What's it worth to reduce my spending?
Should my spouse work too?
How important is the interest rate?
How will rate changes affect my balance?
Is a lower rate worth the annual fee?
What will it take to pay off my balance?
Should I consolidate my debts?
Which is better: Flight Card or Low Rate Card?
Should I consolidate my credit cards?


Home

How much can I borrow?
How much will my payments be?
How much will adjustable rate payments be?
Which is better: fixed or adjustable?
Should I pay points to lower the rate?
Which is better: 15 or 30 year term?
How much should I put down?
How much can I save in taxes?
What will my closing costs be?
Am I better off renting?
Am I better off refinancing?
What will my refinancing costs be?
How can I reduce mortgage insurance costs?
Which lender has the better loan?
Which loan is better?
How advantageous are extra payments?
What home can I afford?

Retirement and Saving

How much will my savings be worth?
What will it take to save for a car, home, etc.?
What will it take to save for a college education?
How will taxes and inflation affect my savings?
How much difference will the rate make?
Which is better: Regular IRA or Roth IRA?
Should I convert my IRA into a Roth IRA?
What will my expenses be after I retire?
How do I plan for my retirement?
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