Financial Calculator Groups

Financial calculators are great tools everyday life. You don't have to understand all the details - we do that for you! Calculate payments for a mortgage, car, or anything else before you meet with a salesman. Find out how much house or car you can really afford. Already got some debt you want to get rid of? You can even create a payment schedule to pay off your credit cards or other debt early.

Mortgage Calculators

Mortgage Calculators

Calculate monthly payments, total interest, and total paid for all kinds of mortgages - traditional mortgage loans, interest-only, bi-weekly or adjustable rate mortgages. Compare payments for different loan amounts, down payments, rates, or lengths. How much does the down payment amount affect your payment? In this group, you'll also find a mortgage refinance calculator where you can determine new monthly payments and the break-even time if you refinance your mortgage. Also, find out what price home you can afford, how much equity you have in your home, how to pay off your home early or how much you still owe on your home, and MORE!

Loan Calculators

Loan Calculators

Calculate monthly payments, total interest, and total paid for loans. Compare payments for different loan amounts, rates, or lengths. Also, find out how to pay your loan off early or how much you still owe on your existing loan, find the loan amount when your statement only states the monthly payment, and MORE!

Credit Card Calculators

Credit Card Calculators

Do you know how long it will take to pay off your credit card making just minimum payments each month and how much interest you are paying? Most people don't think about it, and it's shocking! Use the calculators in this group to find out, then compare that to how long it will take to pay off that balance if you pay an equal amount each month. Find out your loan to balance ratio, or how much to pay or add each month to pay your credit card by a certain time, and MORE!

Financial Debt Calculators

Financial Debt Calculators

Several tools to understand your financial debt. Create a schedule to eliminate your financial debt. Now compare that to consolidating your personal debt to see which is actually the best way of paying debt. Should you pay extra money each month to eliminate your personal debt or invest that extra toward paying debt all at once? Also in this group, take our quick 'yes/no' assessment to see if your financial habits may be leading you to financial trouble, and find out how much credit card interest you'll pay and make a plan for paying all your financial debt!





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