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Many factors go into determining the final loan amount for the purchase of a new or used vehicle. These factors include any manufacturer's rebate, the trade-in value of your old vehicle less any outstanding balance, your down payment, etc. Once the loan amount is determined, the interest rate and the term of the loan will be used to estimate your vehicle payment.
Without increasing the term remaining on your existing loan, you will be able to save interest with a new loan at a lower rate. Use this auto refinance calculator to determine the monthly savings that could be realized by refinancing your auto loan at a lower rate yet keep the same remaining term.
You might realize significant monthly interest savings by transferring your higher rate credit card balances to a lower rate credit card. Use this balance transfer calculator to help determine those potential savings.
Use this calculator to help you determine whether you should take advantage of low interest financing or a manufacturer rebate. A rebate will reduce your auto loan balance, while low interest financing lowers your monthly payment. The best option depends on the price of the vehicle, the size of the rebate and the interest rates available for financing.
The loan amount, the interest rate, and the term of the loan can have a dramatic effect on the total amount you will eventually pay on a loan. Use our loan payment calculator to determine the payment and see the impact of these variables on a specified loan amount complete with an amortization schedule.
Given an interest rate, monthly payment and term this calculator can compute the loan amount. Use this calculator to determine how much you can borrow based on your anticipated payments.
Over the course of a loan amortization you will spend hundreds, thousands, and maybe even hundreds of thousands in interest. By making a small additional monthly payment toward principal, you can greatly accelerate the term of the loan and, thereby, realize tremendous savings in interest payments. Use our extra payment calculator to determine how much more quickly you may be able to pay off your debt.
By making consistent regular payments toward debt service you will eventually pay off your loan. Use this calculator to determine how much longer you will need to make these regular payments in order to eventually eliminate the debt obligation and pay off your loan.
Use this calculator to generate an estimated amortization schedule for your current mortgage. Quickly see how much interest you could pay and your estimated principal balances. You can even determine the impact of any principal prepayments!
Use this Certificate of Deposit Calculator to help determine the potential interest growth and tax liability on your Certificate of Deposit.
Compounding interest can have a dramatic effect on the growth of an investment. Use this compounding interest calculator to illustrate the impact of compound interest on the future value of an asset.
This pre-retirement calculator was developed to help you determine how well you have prepared and what you can do to improve your retirement outlook. It is important that you re-evaluate your preparedness on an ongoing basis. Changes in economic climate, inflation, achievable returns, and in your personal situation will impact your plan.
Use this calculator to help determine when your retirement savings account may be depleted given a specified monthly income target. You may currently be in receipt of a company pension or other fixed income such as Social Security to help supplement your retirement savings account.
Consistent investments over a number of years can be an effective strategy to accumulate wealth. Even small additions to your savings add up over time. This calculator demonstrates how to put this savings strategy to work for you.
Compound interest can have a dramatic affect on the growth of a single deposit. Use this calculator to determine how many years an existing savings account will take to reach your stated objective.
Different factors can impact the growth of your savings over time such as the frequency of deposits and the rate of compounding. Use this calculator to determine the future value of your recurring savings and any existing balance you might have accumulated.
To avoid chargeback and overage charges, it is important to record all transactions daily in your checkbook register and reconcile monthly with your bank statement. To "balance your checkbook" you should take your latest bank statement and mark in your checkbook register each transaction that you find listed on your statement. Upon completion, transactions without checkmarks represent the outstanding deposits and checks which haven't cleared the bank, enter those amounts and then click Submit. The calculated ending balance should match-up with the ending balance you have listed in your check register with your last recorded transaction.