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    Online Calculators

    I was thinking that there should be a thread (maybe even a sticky one) about our favourite calculators. These are the ones that I have been using.

    FICO Credit Score Calculator

    RESP Savings Calculator

    Various Canadian Financial Calculators
    *I use these a lot. Great variety.

    Various Tax Calculators
    *I find many of these awkward, but they seem to work

    Simple Mortgage v. RRSP Contribution Calculator

    Downloadable Smith Manoeuvre Spreadsheet (Excel)
    *I'm not doing any SM (yet) but the allure is there.

    Okay, now the more knowledgeable amongst us should step in and correct my wayward ways!

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    Net worth calculator from CNN. It is American, and I don't know how reliable it is, but they will tell you where you stand relative to your age group and your income group.

    http://cgi.money.cnn.com/tools/networth/networth.html

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    You may find the Sleepy Portfolio rebalancing spreadsheet useful. I use it for rebalancing the RESP portfolios for my kids.
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    Mortgage/Loan Amortization Scheduler

    http://www.mackenziefinancial.com/ca...nscheduler.jsp

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    Mortgage broker Invis has an useful selection of mortgage-related calculators:

    Invis.ca Calculators
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    Thanks to CC for sharing this income tax estimator with me the other day. All the provinces are included it seems.

    http://www.walterharder.ca/T1.html

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    Wink Budgeting

    Hi there, I'm an index investor primarily, new to CMF. Great job so far!Does anyone know of a good and free program to keep track of daily/monthly expenses?
    Much appreciated.

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    Cool thread!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayRoc View Post
    Does anyone know of a good and free program to keep track of daily/monthly expenses?
    Try GNUCash. I don't use it personally (I'm on Microsoft Money) but I've tried it out and seems to be a pretty good program.
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    Wink

    Thanks CC! I'll check it out.

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