College Fund Calculator

How much will I need to set aside each month in order to pay for my
child to go to college?*

This calculator will help you to determine how much money you need to invest on a monthly basis now, in order to be able to pay for your child's college education by the time they are ready to start college. The calculator allows you to choose between In-State and Out-of-State, between Resident and Commuter and between Public or Private -- and adjusts the estimated costs according to those selections. Plus, the calculator even adjusts the future cost of attending college based on your own estimated rate of inflation.

Projected Total Four-Year Costs of Attending College: Four-year costs are based on The College Board's Annual Survey of Colleges for the 2005-2006 school year and include tuition, room and board (adjusted by "resident"/"commuter" selection), transportation, books, and other expenses. The costs are enrollment-weighted and inflated based upon your selected estimated annual rate of inflation. An 8% annual return on investment is assumed but does not represent a specific security. The calculator also assumes no additional investments or earnings once the child starts school and that investments are made at the beginning of each school year.

The large text box will display detailed instructions/information when clicking in or tabing into any text box.

 

1. Student's name
Instruct/Explain
2. Years till college
3. Current savings
4. Outside funding
5. Gross annual income
6. Est. Annual Inflation Rate
7. Student Type Resident
Commuter
8. College type Public
Private
9. College location In-state
Out-of-State
10. Start year.
Instruct/Explain
11. Future tuition cost
12. Current savings FV
13. Future savings/funding
14. Total savings gap
15. Monthly deposit required
16. Percent of annual Income

*NOTICE:
All calculators are provided for personal purposes for estimates on values you insert. They do not institute any contract between any parties, you or Golden Eagle Community Bank, and calculations are not guaranteed to be correct. We strongly advise to seek a financial advisor for answers to specific questions you might have about your finances.