BrokerCheck helps you make informed choices about brokers and brokerage firms-and provides easy access to investment adviser information. BrokerCheck tells you instantly whether a person or firm is registered, as required by law, to sell securities (stocks, bonds, mutual funds and more), offer investment advice or both. BrokerCheck gives you a snapshot of a broker's employment history, regulatory actions, and investment-related licensing information, arbitrations and complaints.
These financial calculators and are available through the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA):
Use FINRA's savings calculator to see how a consistent approach to investing can make your money grow. Whether saving for a house, a car, or other special purchase, the savings calculator will help you determine the right amount to save on a regular basis to achieve your goal.
This calculator can help you estimate how much to save each year to accumulate enough money for your projected retirement. The amount you’ll need to set aside will depend on a number of factors that you can adjust with the calculator, including the type of account you are invested in.
The Fund Analyzer helps you sort through and compare more than 30,000 mutual funds, exchange-traded funds, exchange-traded notes and money market funds.
Use our College Savings calculator to determine the amount you must invest each year to have enough money to cover all college costs. You also may want to read FINRA’s publication providing information and guidance about college savings plan options, including 529 plans.