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Financial Calculators

Whether you’re saving for an important milestone or borrowing for a major purchase, there’s much to consider – and much to calculate. That’s why we’ve provided a wide selection of financial calculators for you to explore.

Create a home purchase savings plan so you’ll know how much you need to save each month for your down payment. See how purchase costs and the number of years you have to save affect your results – and see how much home you can really afford.

Calculate your monthly payment, generate an estimated amortization schedule, and see how much interest you could pay on your next mortgage. You can even enter prepayment amounts to see how they impact your mortgage.

Use this tool to see how much you may qualify to receive, based on a percentage of your home’s value and any outstanding mortgages or other debt you might have secured by your home.

Start a debt management plan by entering all of your credit cards and outstanding installment loan balances to see the total amount you owe and how long it will take to pay it all off.

Being prepared for the unexpected means having an emergency fund. This calculator helps you determine how much savings you may need and how you can begin saving toward this very important goal.

See what it will take to pay off your credit card balance and how you can meet your repayment goals.

Enter your auto loan information and explore options to see how different loan terms or down payments can affect your monthly payment.

See how much interest you can save if you refinance your auto loan by entering information about your current loan. This calculator will also reveal the number of months it will take to break even on any closing costs.

Enter your RV’s purchase price and other information to determine your estimated loan payment – then see how different terms and other options can affect your payment.

Saving for higher education requires careful planning and diligent saving. Our College Savings Calculator can help you develop or make adjustments to your education savings plan.