USEFUL LINKS, CALCULATORS & SIMULATORS
We strive to help our clients by providing them with the information and tools, whether in the office or on-line, to assist in their financial decisions.
Please see below a collection of links and tools that you may find helpful.
Online Account Links
Calculators & Simulators
A free, easy-to-use tool that will give you an indication of how much you can spend in retirement and how long your funds may last.
A tool designed to give you a sense of how much you may need to retire and whether you are on track as well as helping you see the long term effects on your superannuation for the things you can control.
Debt reduction calculator
Allows you to see that by increasing your repayments to loans with higher interest rates you will not only save money but will also pay your loans off more quickly.
Extra repayments calculator
Calculate how quickly you can pay off your home loan by making extra repayments.
How much can I borrow?
Take 5 minutes to find out an indication of how much you could borrow from AMP Bank for a home loan.
How much will my home loan cost?
This calculator allows you to determine your loan repayments and the total cost of fees.
Loan Offset calculator
Helps you to determine how much time and interest you can save through offsetting your savings against your loan and reducing your loan interest.
Loan repayments calculator
Allows you to determine your minimum weekly, fortnightly or monthly loan repayments would be for any borrowed amount.
Lump sum calculator
Helps you to determine how much time and interest you may be able to save on your home loan by making a lump sum repayment.
This calculator allows you to see you could save thousands of dollars in interest and pay off your loan sooner.
Split loan calculator
Helps you calculate your repayment amount if you split your home loan.
Stamp duty calculator
Allows you to estimate how much Stamp Duty you may need to pay on your home loan.
Budget Planner Calculator
Collates all your incomings and outgoings so you can budget accordingly.
Cost of education calculator
Helps to illustrate the cost of educating your children.
Savings Plan Calculator
Helps you determine your total savings should you plan regular deposits over time.
Term deposit rate calculator
Helps you calculate how much interest you could earn on a term deposit.
Dollar cost averaging calculator
Do you know how dollar cost averaging works? Do you know what difference it can make when you invest a single lump sum compared to investing small amounts regularly over a period of time? Use the ‘Dollar cost averaging calculator’ to see how these options can compare over time.
What investor style am I?
Helps you in determining the investment style that is most appropriate for you.
Life expectancy calculator
This estimate can be useful for calculating whether or not you have enough savings to last throughout your retirement.
Salary sacrifice calculator
Helps you to compare the effect on take home pay and super contributions by making personal super contributions using two different methods, ie as a salary sacrifice contribution or as an after-tax contribution.
Can be used to work out the amount of superannuation co-contribution you could be entitled to receive from the Government.
Other Useful Links
Australian Bureau of Statistics
Australia’s national statistical agency, providing trusted official statistics on a wide range of economic, social, population and environmental matters of importance to Australia.
Australian Securities & Investments Commission
ASIC is Australia’s corporate, markets and financial services regulator.
Australian Tax Office
The principal revenue collection agency of the Australian government.
Department of Human Services
Responsible for the development of service delivery policy and provide access to social, health and other payments and services.
Department of Social Services
Australia’s pre-eminent social policy agency. Our mission is to improve the lifetime wellbeing of people and families in Australia.
Australian Financial Security Authority
AFSA provide improved and equitable financial outcomes for consumers, business and the community through application of bankruptcy and personal property securities laws, regulation of personal insolvency practitioners, and trustee services.
Financial Planning Association of Australia
Australia’s leading professional association for financial planners, the Financial Planning Association (FPA) represents the interests of the public and 12,000 members.
Financial Services Council
Represents the interests of members, members’ clients and customers, all investors and superannuation fund members, life insurance policy holders, users of financial advice and trustee services.
Australian Financial Review
The Australian Financial Review is the authority on business, finance and investment news in Australia.