If you are interested in analyzing your portfolio then you can use the xray and portfolio analysis available to morningstar members or free via trowe price.
I use excel spread sheets that I have made up to help me get a rough idea of income and growth with various different scenarios.
There are a huge number of calculators at various web sites that purport to give you asset allocation appropriate for your age and risk tolerance. The same can be said for Roth conversions, and saving for college. I don't pay much attention to these, but maybe some people find them helpful.
I use a twelve year old version of quick books to keep track of business expenses.
I did find http://www.individual401k.com
to be helpful for maxing out a solo 401k plan.
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