You won’t always have time to come in and meet with one of our advisors face to face – and that’s OK! Take advantage of these tools and calculators and make your financial decisions just a bit easier. If you are unsure about your results, have any questions, or just need help – contact Brant Financial Group for expert assistance.
What is your Investor Profile?
It is important to know what kind of investor you are when creating your investor portfolio.
Your Cash Flow
Be knowledgeable on where your money is going and how it is being spent with a cash flow statement.
Find your net worth
Measure how much you owe, how much you own, and find out your net worth.
Education Planning Calculators
Start your education plan
Time tends to get away from us. Give your child their best shot in life by planning for their education early.
Tax benefits of an RESP
See the benefits you get when opening up an RESP and how it can impact the future of your child’s education savings.
Retirement & Investing Calculators
Inflation & Retirement Income
Estimate how much more income you will need at retirement to maintain the standard of living that you have today.
Will my money last?
Estimate how long your retirement savings will last if you make regular, annual income withdrawls and factor in inflation.
Calculate your RRIF payment and see how long the funds will last.
TFSA vs. RRSP
Find out how your marginal tax rate and how you invest/spend your tax refund affects the growth of your TFSA/RRSP.
Investing & Tax Calculators
Your Real Rate of Return
This tool determines the real rate of return on taxable investment after taking taxes and inflation in to account.
Your RRSP Tax Savings
Estimate the tax savings on your RRSP contribution. You can enter three different amounts to compare the savings.
TFSA vs Taxable Investment
Discover the tax-free growth advantage of investing in a TFSA instead of a taxable investment.
How much do you owe?
Estimate the taxes you owe based on your taxable income and the province you live in.
Your savings growth
Estimate the future value by changing the investment amounts, rates of return and years of growth.
The cost of waiting to invest
See how much more you will have in your retirement fund if you start investing now.