Whether you're calculating a lease payment or yield to maturity, splitting a restaurant bill, or simply comparing the prices of different sized packages, the Financial Assistant will help evaluate financial problems quickly and accurately.
If you know how to fill out a paper form, you already know how to use the Money Magazine Financial Assistant. Whether you work on Wall Street or are getting ready to buy your first home, the Financial Assistant will help you make informed decisions.
The Financial Assistant includes a collection of 45 problem-solving worksheets, conveniently grouped into 8 categories. Manage over 150 different financial decisions including loans, leases, mortgages, marketing and investment analysis, personal finance, everyday math, savings, tuition, and retirement planning. There's no need to memorize obscure keystrokes or to understand complex financial terminology. Simply select the appropriate worksheet and fill in the blanks--the answers are instantly calculated for you.
The Financial Assistant provides customizable schedules for savings, mortgages, loans, depreciation, and more. At your desk or on the road, the Financial Assistant can compare loans and interest rates as well as help you make informed leasing, renting, or buying decisions.
The Financial Assistant includes an optionally installable set of electronic lessons ("Money 101") created by the editors at Money magazine to help you invest, save, borrow, and spend more wisely. If you're interested in the basics of banking and investing in mutual funds, or you just want to control your debt, the essentials of each lesson can be absorbed in just 10 minutes.