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Debt Calculators

A Group of Calculators to Help You Plan

Managing your debt wisely can help make it easier to plan for the future as you are able to put more of your money towards long-term goals.

Debt Consolidation Calculator

Consolidating debt can help lower how much you pay every month but be sure to look at the impact of the new loan’s term to make sure you don’t end up paying more over time.

Debt Consolidation

Other Calculators to Help You Plan

Bi-Weekly Payment Calculator

Paying off a loan every other week as opposed to every month can really speed up your payment process. See how bi-weekly payments would affect your current loan.

Make Bi-Weekly Payments

Pay Down Debt or Invest Monthly Surplus?

This calculator can help you can get an idea of what kind of a repayment schedule makes the most sense for you and your finances.

Calculate a Repayment Schedule

Credit Card Payoff Calculator

By calculating your monthly spending and developing a payment plan, this calculator can help you see how long it will take to pay off your credit card.

Credit Card Payoff Calculator

Lump Sum Dept Payoff Calculator

It may be tempting to go on a spending spree when you come into some money but using a large sum to pay off a debt is another excellent idea. See the impact of paying down a debt can help speed up paying it off.

Use a Lump Sum to Pay Down Debt

Are Credit Card Balance Transfers Worth It?

Are the savings greater than the fee? How long until you pay off the balance? Consider these factors when using this calculator.

Credit Card Balance Transfer Calculator

Increased Monthly Payment Calculator

With the help of this calculator you can see how much of a difference paying even a little more can make to paying off a debt.

Increase Your Monthly Payment

Loan Payment Calculator

Calculate your monthly payment based on loan amount, interest rate and term with this classic monthly payment calculator.

Calculate a Loan Payment

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