Free Savings Calculators on the Web

Leading online savings bank FNBO Direct is relaunching its pay yourself first challenge with a handy savings calculator that lets you quickly evaluate your monthly saving and spending and find new ways to save.

Here’s a preview of FNBO’s savings finding calculator and links to some of the other best free savings calculators on the Web.

Savings Finding Calculator

FNBO Direct’s Pay Yourself First Challenge Savings Finding Calculator asks you for some simple information about:

  • How much you currently save
  • What you routinely spend each month on things like coffee, groceries, entertainment, etc.

The calculator then shows you how much you could be saving by cutting down your spending by a certain percentage, and how much that savings could grow over several decades. You can tweak how much you want to cut back your spending, how long you want to save, and the interest rate you hope to earn. Try the calculator now »

Simple Savings Calculator

If you just need to know how much your savings will grow at a certain interest rate, BankRate’s simple savings calculator is for you.

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Emergency Savings Calculator

Our emergency savings calculator lets you estimate how much you need in an emergency fund.

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David Weliver is the founding editor of Money Under 30. He's a cited authority on personal finance and the unique money issues we face during our first two decades as adults. He lives in Maine with his wife and two children.

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