Freefincal on Google Docs

Reader Karthik suggested that many would prefer to access some of my calculators on Google Docs. Converting them would take a bit of doing since my earlier calculators are not written in a web-friendly way. If you need some calculators on Google Docs and are unable to convert them yourselves, let me know. I will do my best to make changes in the excel file so that they can be converted.

Karthik requested the Google Docs version of the Retirement planner Beginners Version: View it hereretire

The Excel file corresponding to this version is here

The original file is also still available:

Retirement Planner, Beginners Version

I have many retirement calculators for different needs. Do check them out. Feedback is more than welcome 🙂

Retirement Calculators

Other sheets available:

Freefincal Stock Screener: Google Sheets Edition

Freefincal Mutual Fund Screener- Google Sheets Edition

Install Financial Freedom App! (Google Play Store)

Install Freefincal Retirement Planner App! (Google Play Store)

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9 thoughts on “Freefincal on Google Docs

  1. ashalanshu

    Dear Pattu, I tried the google doc file but it's available only in view mode & not editable mode (at least to me, by clicking the link from the mailer). Please do check what's the problem to me.
    Thanks
    Ashal

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      1. pattu

        Good for you. There is also one more hosted on excel web app. Search for fd vs debt fund calculator and the page which gives this calculator in the excel web app also has the capital gains calculator.

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