Please choose an application below:
Provides how your money will grow using compound interest, regular deposits and hitting a pre-defined savings target.
Shows how long it will take to pay off any loan and remaining debt in a 1,2,3,5 and 10-year period using monthly repayments and different interest rates.
Shows gross income, tax on that income and take-home pay in either a yearly, quarterly, monthly fortnightly or weekly period.
Will show you if you are a Passive or Active investor. It also outlines the emotional biases that you should be aware of when investing.
Gives you a general idea of what you will be entitled to in a divorce settlement.
Provides a snapshot of how much income you can expect to receive from a combination of your partner, your super and the aged pension.
Shows what type of investment return together with the portfolio’s volatility using one and two standard deviations. This calculator is password protected, if you wish to view, please contact our office on 9939-0702.
Calculates how much you will potentially earn and save throughout your working life and the cross over between the two.
Shows the extra cost between saving for a goal and borrowing then paying it back. It then looks at how many extra hours it will take to pay off the loan rather than save.
Takes into account your after-tax income then details all expenses you may incur, giving you an idea of how much you can save.
This is similar to the ASIC calculator but more comprehensive, taking into account assets outside as well as inside superannuation and various risk profiles and differing returns with these profiles.