Every job requires the right set of tools. When it comes to money, our calculators are here to help you lay the groundwork for a solid financial foundation. These easy-to-use tools take the guesswork out of managing money so you can focus on what matters most: living your life.
Use our financial calculators to craft a budget, determine how much to save for your goals, calculate your net worth, and simplify all of your money decisions.
New to budgeting? Start here. Use these calculators to test different budgeting methods, get an overview of your monthly income and expenses, and determine how much to set aside for your savings goals.
Emergency Fund Calculator
If you plan ahead and save for life’s bad breaks before they happen, these bad breaks are no longer debilitating crises.
50/30/20 Budget Calculator
A 50/30/20 budget, sometimes referred to as the 50/30/20 rule, is a simplified way of budgeting that anyone can do.
Zero-Based Budget Calculator
A zero-sum, or zero-based, budget is based on assigning a purpose for every dollar of your income.
Savings Goal Calculator
Use our savings account calculator to figure out how much you need to put away each month to reach your savings goal.
Other Financial Calculators
From calculating your credit utilization to gauging your financial health, these tools will get the job done.
Your debt-to-income (DTI) ratio is one metric that lenders use to quickly assess your ability to handle debt.
Credit Utilization Calculator
Your credit utilization ratio is the amount of your revolving credit balance divided by your total available credit.
Compound Interest Calculator
Compound interest is what makes saving and investing for the future possible.
Net Worth Calculator
Your net worth is a useful tool to track your financial progress and gauge your overall financial health.
We are continuously developing new calculators and tools. If you have an idea for one you’d like to see on DollarSprout, send us an email at [email protected]