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Financial Calculators

Ready to get a clearer picture of your finances? Our financial calculators can help you make sense of your mortgage, compare rates and loans, stick to your budget, and save for big milestones like college or retirement. Find a helpful calculator below to get started.

Determine how much money you pay in principal and interest over time with an amortization loan.
Should you consolidate your debt? Use the calculator to see if it’s right for you.
Is a bi-weekly mortgage a better deal for you? Use the calculator to compare payment plans.
Compare rates and terms and estimate your monthly payments.
Estimate your savings with early mortgage payoff.
Find out what home loan you can afford based on your income and home purchase price.
Is refinancing worth it? Our mortgage finance calculator can help you decide.
Get a handle on your monthly household income and expenditures with our home budget analysis tool.
Calculate how much you need to retire the way you want.
Determine whether you’re on track to reach your education goals.
See how much your money can grow over a specified period of time.
Determine when you’ll become a millionaire based on your rate of savings and return on investment.
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