MoneyProfesor makes it very easy to explore the future value of loans, savings and investments using a variety of 'What If..?' scenarios including variable interest rates.
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:29 Size 2303 kb Licence Shareware Status New Release Languages English OS Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP Homepage moneyprofesor.com
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Description: MoneyProfesor makes it very easy to explore the future value of loans, savings and investments using a variety of 'What If..?' scenarios.
* Add single or repeating payments or withdrawals
* Specify future changes in Interest rates by drawing a graph freehand
* Calculate interest using a variety of common schemes (interest calculated daily, credited monthly etc)
* Create multiple 'Scenarios' as part of a Study, and save the Study to disk as an XML file
* View in a 'Bank Statement' type layout the payments, interest rate changes and interest calculations and payments. Edit these vaules directly in the statement view.
* Extend the Scenario to an arbitrary time in the future to see 'what would happen if...?' Short tags: retirement, interest, pension, planning, APR, loans, finance, savings, assets, plan, study, money, investments, mortgage, dotnet, .NET, future, principal, AER, predict, scenario System Requirements: .NET Runtime
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