Below we have listed out all the Financial calculators that help you to calculate loan interest, future value estimation, & payments calculations and more.

Simple Interest Calculator
Annualized Return Calculator
Rate of Return Calculator
Compound Interest Calculator
Ammortization Calculator
Certificate of Deposit Calculator
Recurring Deposit Calculator
Mortgage Calculator
Effective Interest Rate Calculator
Depreciation Calculator
Mortgage Payment Calculator

Loan Calculator
Auto Loan Calculator
Home Loan Eligibility Calculator
Home Loan Calculator
Loan Payment Calculator
Early Repayment Calculator
Payday Loan Calculator
Car Payment Calculator
Car Finance Calculator
Loan Annual Percentage Rate (APR) Calculator
Personal Loan Calculator
Annuity Payout Calculator

Retirement Planning Calculator
Financial Goal Planner
Percentage Increase Calculator
Fixed Deposit Calculator
SIP Calculator
Provident Fund Calculator

Our unit converter developed to provide a complete financial solution to our visitors. In our site, we developed financial calculators based on standard formulas taken from Academic books & Wikipedia. We provide a detailed explanation for each calculator with step by step explanation for the problem. We have 15+ different financial calculators including home loan, auto loan, personal loan, tip, mortgage, simple interest, compound interest, future value, GST, & VAT calculations.

Finance is an art of managing money in order to achieve the appropriate goals or objectives.

It is divided into mainly three contexts they are
Public Finance.

Corporate Finance.

Personal Finance.

Here in this category, it deals with the decision on tax systems to implement, government found spending & expenditures, managing government debts, & budgeting.

In this section, it deals with managing business capital budgeting, debts, assets, liabilities, revenues generation, investments, funding & all other crucial financial decision.

It deals with all the financial activities of individuals that how to adequate money, where to spend & invest etc.

As per economists in the financial sector, the most important concept is the time value of money. It refers to money in hand at present is more beneficial than money promised to pay in future time. It helps why banks will pay or receive interest whether money deposit or debit (loans).