# Calculators and Converters

Choose from a multitude of free financial calculators, imperial to metric converters, math calculators, health calculators and other useful tools for general use.

Whether you're looking to work out a loan repayment schedule, work out the compound interest on your savings or plan for retirement, the financial calculators are there to assist you. In addition, you can find a huge variety of different metric converters and a growing collection of math and health calculators. Please select a calculator or converter from the top menu or the selection below:

## Unit Conversions

- Acceleration Converter
- Area Converter
- Cooking Converter
- Data Storage Converter
- Data Transfer Rate Converter
- Energy Converter
- Fuel Economy Calculator
- Length and Distance Converter
- Liquid Volume Converter
- Mass & Weight Converter
- Power Converter
- Pressure Converter
- Temperature Converter
- Time Converter
- Velocity Converter
- Weight - Volume Converter

Cooking Weights And Measures Guide

Whenever working with a recipe, there's always an uneasy tension between precision and usability. The measures that are reasonably accessible (spoons, cups, etc.) are easy to use but give rise to uneasy doubts as to whether one is really using the right amount of the ingredient...

Future Value Formula - Explained

As part of the development of my compound interest calculator, I incorporated the ability to include additional monthly deposits and deductions in calculations. In my earlier article discussing the compound interest formula, I featured a formula for the future value of a series...

To coincide with the launch of my new days between dates calculator, I thought we would take a look at the number of days since some of the most important events in our history took place. The 'days between dates calculator' allows you to work out the number of days, weeks and months since (or to) a...

Compound interest formula - explained

An in-depth look at the compound interest formula as we break down how to calculate compound interest. The concept of compound interest is that interest is added back to the principal sum so that interest is earned on that added interest during the next compounding period.

#### Your Comments and Suggestions

I love hearing your feedback. So, please feel free to suggest any extra units and measures for the imperial and metric conversions.

If there are any other finance calculators or converters that you feel would be a useful addition to this website, or any ideas for extra features, then please suggest those also. You can contact me here.