Financial Tools

Compound Interest Calculator

Check out the wonders of compound interest with this calculator. This is a great tool to observe and measure the effects of your potential saving and investment decisions. It is made particularly useful with the top up box, to simulate regular savings over a period of time and by entering a negative start amount, it can show you the effect of paying regular amounts off debts such as loans and credit cards.

Debt Calculator / Mortgage Calculator

Use this calculator to determine debt repayments (including for mortgages), and see the debt-outstanding, the running total interest and the running total repaid plotted on a graph.

VAT Calculator

Calculate adding VAT (Value-added Tax) or removing VAT. Shows you the amount before and after, the total VAT and you can alter the percentage.

Potential Investment Earnings Calculator

The difference between saving and investing can be spectacular. Use this calculator to give you a rough idea of how choosing to invest instead of simply saving will effect you. The calculator will show you when you could retire because your earnings have become greater than your expenses.

Coin Converter

Calculate the metal value of certain historic coins. Useful if, for example, you want to know what pre-1947 British silver coins or US Junk Silver Coins etc. are worth at todays spot prices.

Fractional Reserve Banking Calculator

Calculate the amount of deposits commercial banks can create out of thin air under fractional-reserve banking.