FINC 331 Week 3 Discussion second part called Excel tools

Anonymous
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There are many Excel tools to calculate pretty much anything, including savings. Here is one I found. I put in my first scenario, for me to reach $1 million by the time I retire starting at zero. I get paid bi-weekly so I used that and I only have to put $1100 away from each pay check! Yikes! Not going to be a millionaire I guess if I haven't started by now.

Play around with this and do your own scenario for savings. It doesn't have to be retirement, share other savings goals with the class - buying a house, a cabin, new car, college for children, anything you want.

Also, go online and see if you find a better Excel calculator, this was just one I found, there are many!

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