Financial Calculators

See below various financial calculators.
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SavingsIllustrate savings accumulation

LoanIllustrate the interaction amongst factors pertaining to a loan

Investment incomeCalculate your client’s income with regards to several factors

Investment postponementWhat impact will postponing your investments have?

Tax ratesCalculate different tax rates with regards to your province and taxable income

InflationToday’s buying power for a future amount of money

RRSP loanIs it pertinent to borrow in order to contribute to your RRSP?

RRSP tax savingsTax savings generated from RRSP contribution

Retirement budget and inflation Demonstrate the effect of inflation on a retirement budget based in current dollar value

Value of human life What is your current economic value?

My Financial Benchmark Curious about how your financial situation compares to your peers?

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