Free Budget Calculator

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Travel Budget Spreadsheet

When it comes to traveling, it can be so easy to get off-budget. With our free Travel Budget Spreadsheet, you can track your expenses in a clean and organized way. See your budget, how much you spent, and percentages of where your money is actually going in a pie chart. It’s so easy to track all of your purchases so that you stay on track even when you’re traveling or on vacation.

Start by entering your total budget for your trip. Then enter all of your trip expenses in the section labeled “What are my expenses?” We have predefined categories for you to label each expense – Transportation, Lodging, Food, Entertainment, or Other. The bar graph and the pie chart will be populated automatically based on your budget and expenses that you enter in our spreadsheet… Readmore

Budget Workbook

Struggling to meet your monthly budget goals? Losing sleep over planning your budget or not sure where your money is going? It can be frustrating and even scary not knowing where your money goes every month. Maybe you need our free Budget Workbook to help you stay on track. Say goodbye to money stress with an easy to use spreadsheet planner that will not only give you peace of mind, but it will also give you confidence in your financial future too.

It’s easy to get started maintaining your budget and planning for your future. Start by entering your estimated monthly income. We organize our budget workbook by quarter so that you can plan three months in advance. Credit Fair…
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Retirement Savings

Are you saving enough for retirement? Do you know if your current retirement plan will keep you on track and secure in your future? Find out with our Retirement Savings Calculator and see if you’re on the right track. Our calculator will help you determine how much you might currently have and how it will stretch out over the years.

Not sure how much you need? Typically, you should aim to replace 70% of your annual pre-retirement income. Whether that’s from savings, investments, Social Security, and any other form of income, it’s good to track where you’re keeping your money. You can also use the Social Security Administration website to help you estimate what benefits… Readmore

Credit Card

If you’re trying to pay off your credit card debt, a great place to start is a credit card calculator to help you identify just how long you’ll actually have to make payments. You don’t have to let credit card debt rule your life. Our free Credit Card Calculator is an easy way to get a handle on your monthly payments.

Start by inputting your current card balance as well as the interest rate. We’ll help show you how much you’ll actually end up paying every month. We even show you different rates of payout so that you can work towards paying your debt off quicker. Let us help you crunch the numbers and give you a better picture of where your monthly. payments should be. Though credit cards can be a great way to show credit bureaus that you are responsible and can pay back your debt effectively, they can also get you…
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Loans

Loans are very important to us in this day and age. Without them, most of us wouldn’t be able to go to college, buy a car, or afford a home. Mortgages, auto loans, and other loan types can help us get to where we want to be in life. Any loans that we can pay back responsibly help us raise our credit scores and help us qualify for more credit in the future.

The cost of your loan changes based on a variety of factors. From the lender, the market environment, your credit history, and your income – the better your credit profile the better your rates. Before you shop for a loan, we suggest looking at your credit score and determining what you can afford. Luckily, Credit Fair-E has a free loan calculator to help you narrow your search…. Readmore

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