Calculators

Explore your own financial information in greater detail by using these powerful tools for forecasting and assessing your financial choices. During the process, you might discover expenses you can eliminate or more effective ways to manage your money. Try our financial calculators today!

 

How Much House Can You Afford?

A house is a major investment that will greatly affect your financial future. Before you start shopping, be sure you know how much house you can afford.

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How Much Will Your Loan Really Cost?

When you're shopping for a loan, you should look not only at the monthly payment that you will be required to make on the loan, but also the total amount of interest you will pay on the loan.

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Mortgage Payments

Buying a house is a big step. Calculating the cost of what your mortgage payment will be is an important part of being a homeowner.

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Should I Refinance My Mortgage?

When mortgage rates dip, consumers often consider refinancing. Should you or shouldn't you?

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Auto Loan Payment

If you've already selected the car you want to buy, you can estimate your monthly car payments based on the price of the car.

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How Much Car Can You Afford?

Binding yourself to a car payment that you can't afford can have a very negative effect on your finances.

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Cost of Credit

If you don't pay off your credit card balance every month, the interest assessed on your account means you may be paying more for the items you purchase than you expect.

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How Much Will College Cost?

How much college will cost when you or your student are ready to head off to school.

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Repaying Student Loans

Now that you have graduated, outstanding student loans could impact your ability to qualify for home, auto and other personal loans.

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Should I Consolidate My Debt?

See what your monthly payment would be with or without a consolidated loan and how many months it will take to become debt free.

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Back-to-School Budget

Give your children hands-on experience with this quick and easy Back-to-School Budget Calculator.

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Save A Million

How long until you're a millionaire?

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Saving for a Goal

Having a tough time putting money aside for a new TV or that special trip?

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Your Gift Log

Create your own gift log to track the money you plan to spend on gifts this holiday season. Enter the names of everyone on your gift list and how much you plan to spend.

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Your Holiday Budget

How much money should you plan to set aside for this holiday season? Financial planners recommend spending no more than 1.5% of your annual income on holiday spending.

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Allowance Comparison

A regular allowance is a good way to teach your child about money.

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Budgeting for a Baby

Preparing for a new addition? According to government estimates, the average middle-income family will spend roughly $10,000 on child-related expenses in the first two years of life ($8,000 for a second child), and some experts suggest that figure may be too low.

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How Much Money Should the Tooth Fairy Leave Your Children

Not sure how much money the Tooth Fairy should leave under your child's pillow?

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Do I Have Enough Retirement Money?

Make sure you have a big enough nest egg to retire!

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Emergency Fund

Prepare for the unexpected by saving three to six months of living expenses.

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Should I Pay Down Debt Or Invest My Monthly Surplus?

When you have some surplus cash on hand, it is sometimes difficult to determine whether you should use it for investment purposes or pay down your debt.

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The material provided on this Website should be used for informational purposes only and in no way should be relied upon for financial advice. Also, note that such material is not updated regularly and some of the information may not, therefore, be current. Please be sure to consult your own financial advisor when making decisions regarding your financial management.