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    Don't get bogged down by not understanding the math in personal finance.These simple to use calculators will help to understand your financial needs better and make smart decisions.

    Savings Forecaster

    Savings Forecaster

    Estimate your returns earned and final balance from your savings done at one-go/monthly or combination of both

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    Networth Calculator

    Networth Calculator

    Knowing what you are worth is a first step towards good financial plan.

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    Crorepati Calculator

    Crorepati Calculator

    This calculator will help you to find out how much you need to save each month or at oe go and invest your savings at a specified rate of return on investment to become a crorepati within the time period you specify.

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    Equated Monthly Installment (EMI) Calculator

    (EMI )Calculator

    The EMI calculator helps you calculate how much you need to pay every month towards your loan repayment, based on the Loan Amount, Interest rate and Tenure.

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    Compound Interest Calculator

    Compound Interest Calculator

    The frequency of compouding greatly affects your savings. The more often interest is compounded, or added to your principal, the more you earn. This calculator demonstrates how different compounding frequency can affect your savings, and how interest on your interest really adds up!

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    Inflation Impact Calculator

    Inflation Impact Calculator

    Inflation is a rise in the prices of goods and services over a period of time. For eg. A kg of dal which used to cost Rs.30 few years back now costs Rs.70 . If earlier Rs.500 was enough for a decent dinner in a restaurant for 3 people, now Rs.500 will probably suffice for only 2 persons in the same restaurant. Inflation reflects an erosion in the purchasing power of money.

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