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Online Free Financial Tools and Calculators

Date Added: February 10, 2010 08:19:43 PM



In these days, everybody tries to reduce the cost and increase the level of tasks that are performed “in-house”. In order to do this, many businesses are facing the challenge of doing it without proper knowledge and business analysis “tools”. And, in many cases, the results are not the ones expected. Even worse, those businesses end-up spending more money with less return-on-investment.

Free financial tools and calculators

C. C. D. Consultants , can fulfill part of this void and offers a wide variety of complementary financial tools and calculators to business owners, managers, CEOs, accountants, decision-makers or anyone who intends to analyze and improve their business.

Based on your current financial statements, along with these financial tools and calculators, you can analyze your company and get valuable financial insight and help you get back on track, or just evaluate your current financial position.

So far, the list includes the following calculators and tools:

  • Break-Even Analysis: a calculator that helps a business identify the break-even point, the point where it covers all the costs of doing business, and subsequently, starts making profits.
  • Profit Analysis: a calculator that helps a business determine the point where it reaches a specific target of profit.
  • Profit Margin & Markup: a tool that helps a business determine the profit, the profit margin and the markup percentage for a product or a group of products sold.
  • Setup prices by markup: a tool that helps a business setup the selling price and determine the profit and the profit margin for a product or a group of products sold based on the purchase price and the markup percentage.
  • Setup prices by margin: a tool that helps a business setup the selling price and determine the profit and the markup percentage for a product or a group of products sold based on the purchase price and the profit margin.
  • Optimal Price Analysis: a calculator that helps a business identify the point where it achieves the maximum profit level.
  • Financial Ratios: a tool that helps a business analyze its financial statements, mainly most useful financial ratios, and have a more accurate picture regarding liquidity, profitability, leverage, and efficiency.

In addition to Financial Ratios tool, there are available particular financial ratios. Their purpose is to provide support for specific situations:

  • Liquidity Ratios (Working Capital, Quick Ratio, Acid Test Ratio, Cash Ratio, Current Ratio, Receivable Turnover Ratio and Inventory Turnover Ratio);
  • Profitability Ratios (Margin Ratios, Gross Profit Margin, Operating Margin and Net Profit Margin, Return Ratios, Return on Assets, Return on Equity, Return on Invested Capital, Return on Investment Ratio);
  • Leverage Ratios (Debt to Assets (Debt Ratio), Debt to Equity (Financial Leverage Ratio), Capitalization Ratio, Interest coverage ratio (Times interest earned), Long-term debt to Working Capital);
  • Efficiency Ratios (Sales per Employee, Sales to Working Capital, Sales to Fixed Assets, Sales to Total Assets, Cash Turnover Ratio).