1. Do you want to buy a home? Let's just get a bit more info about this home of yours! At what age do you want to buy your home? Where do you want to buy your home? Feel free to adjust the home price in the table below so that it’s reasonable for you. If your state isn’t listed, in the table below, then select it ☝️ Table here to adjust your mortgage and home parameters here if you want to! i : monthly interest rate (annual interest rate divided by 12) n : number of months to repay loan (years to repay loan multiplied by 12) P : amount borrowed (price of home minus down payment) Years to repay the loan : How much is your monthly rent ($/month) until you buy your home? 2. Do you want to have kids? Let's just get a bit more info about these kid(s) of yours! At what age do you want to have / did you have your kids? (check the box for each kid you want to have!) What category of spending/economic status do you fall into? These numbers come from based on a 2017 . How much does 1 year of college cost for 1 kid? This is the total cost of attendance today for the type of college or university you would want your children to go to. Don’t worry, we’ll automatically add in the tuition inflation calculation for you ( minus inflation rate - ). For reference, today college costs this much per year (just search “School X cost of attendance” in Google) 🤯 (non-Latter-Day Saint) : $25,600 (out-of-state) : $73,000 (international) : $60,000 (out-of-state) : $54,000 (non-EU resident) : $19,000 (EU resident) : $15,000 (non-Canadian resident) : $63,000 (Canadian resident) : $19,000 What % of your kid's college costs do you want to pay for? If you want to pay for all of your kid(s)’s college costs, put this to 100%. If you want them to pay for some of it themselves, then put this at a lower percentage (for example if you put it at 80%, then you would pay 80% and your kid would pay 20%). 👉 Home and kids ✅. Let’s check out:
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