Deciding when to buy and sell stocks is difficult enough
– figuring the profit or loss from that trade shouldn’t have to
be. Just enter the number of shares, your purchase price, your
selling price, and the commission fees for the trade and this
calculator instantly figures your resulting profit or loss after
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Enter how much you can afford to save each month, how long
you can save this amount, and the interest rate you can get on
your savings and this script will display your total savings.
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Free Online Paycheck Calculator
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Use this calculator to find out just how much that new house or car is going to cost you each month. Enter values into the fields below to find out how much each monthly payment would be with the given number of payments, interest rate, and loan amount.
This income calculator estimates
your weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, and yearly income. Very
useful when job hunting and when offered an income per
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adjustable with each year’s income tax levels.
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Tip #1 If you work outside your home, buying a latte’ at the local
espresso bar each morning can easily cost you $30-$40 per month. Cut it down to three mornings per week and save money.
Tip #2 If you have a home business, get a cell phone and make all your long distance calls to clients with the cell. Most plans have free long distance calling to anywhere within the USA from your home area.
Tip #3 A simple and inexpensive home office workspace with
lots of storage space for files and papers is to put an uncut flat
door on two small filing cabinets. Place one cabinet to the far right
and the other to the far left. You then sit in the middle where you
can reach the drawers.
Tip #4 If you eat lunch out every day – cut back to only 2
days per week and brownbag it on the other days.
Tip #5 If your job dictates you should “dress to
impress”, buy coordinating separates so you can mix and match.
With a few accessories added, you can change the look completely and
make everyone think you have a closet full of clothes.
Tip #1 Instead of a restaurant, hold the rehearsal dinner at your home at a community center or in the church’s hall. Recruit volunteers from the family to each make a food dish contribution and cater it yourselves.
Tip #2 Have your wedding in the months of November through April. These months are less busy for most wedding related services and locations. Again, ask for a discount for being off-season.
Tip #3 Find alternatives to shopping retail. Locate outlet stores that sell wedding and bridesmaid dresses. You’ll save money by not buying name brand merchandise.
Tip #4 Enlistsome crafty and creative friends and make the favors yourself. Buy supplies when on sale.
Tip #5 Visit your local community college and ask if they can place you in contact with soon-to-graduate photography students. Save money by not hiring a professional photographer.
Tip #6 Have your honeymoon in Las Vegas. Rooms, entertainment and meals are very inexpensive. Your money will go farther and you can stay longer.