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Calculate ways to save money by eliminating a few expenses

Want to quickly learn how to save money with your expenses? Our calculator can help.

This calculator can help you determine how to save more money by adding in how much you spend today on things such as movie nights, dining out, credit cards etc., and how much you would really like to spend for these expenses. Once the results are calculated you can see how these changes can add up in ten years or even until it’s time for retirement.

Calculate the savings of giving up expenses

Enter some goals below such as eating out less, fewer movie nights, paying off credit cards and see how the savings can add up.
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Results

Amount saved per year
$xxx
Amount saved in ten years
$xxx
Amount saved at retirement
$xxx
You could accumulate $xxx by the time you retire.
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