(PRWEB) December 27, 2013
Acalculator.com has recently added a new calculator under the personal finance calculators category. The checkbook balancer calculator is the second calculator added to this category. The tool is designed to help people keep a check on their bank balance, and their outstanding deposits and checks. The newly added calculator is only one of the many calculators added to the website database recently.
According to the spokesperson for acalculator.com the new tools were added after the financial experts behind the website properly assessed and analyzed the current financial and economic situation in US, Australia, and Canada. The list was streamlined to meet the requirements and needs of the users.
Explaining the reason why checkbook balancer was included in the list, the spokesperson said, “Huge financial problems arise when people start to overlook petty things. Typically, the financial statement from bank arrives and many don’t even bother to take a look. That is why people lose track of their balance. There may be discrepancies, which if not handled as soon as possible can further throw your finances out of balance and finding the source of error after it is too late is not possible. That is why we have introduced the checkbook balancer calculator.”
Using simple input values such as the ending balance, and amount from outstanding deposits and checks, users can calculate the amount that must be on the user’s checkbook. Users can compare the value with that on their checkbook register in order to verify that there are no discrepancies and errors. The tool is not only simple to use, it also gives a comprehensive result in the form of a graph indicating the amount of checks, deposits, and balance.
Other than the checkbook balanced tool, the personal finance category also includes the life expectancy calculator, a calculator that helps the user determine their life expectancy and estimate the amount of saving that is required every month. The spokesperson stated that both the calculators in the category are gaining positive response from the website users. “They are proving to be greatly helpful for our users. We are planning to add more new tools under this category in the future,” he added.
Website users can use all of the tools and resources completely free of cost. A number of users, however, also opt for a paid White Label service that opens door to unique branding opportunities for the user’s business.
For more information, please visit http://www.calculator.com.
Acalculator.com is a leading financial help website that offers budgeting and financial calculation tools for free. The website currently features 300 different calculators ranging from mortgage calculators to long term care calculators. The website caters to users from USA, Canada, and Australia by providing them essential tools to help them plan their financial future. To contact them, please use the following details: