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Our Personal Finance & Debt Management Financial Calculators can help you create an effective monthly budget and examine how to reduce your debt.
The Budget Calculator gives you the basics needed to create a financial plan. It allows you to track your monthly income and expenses and then view the amount left over. Every sound financial plan begins with a sound budget.
The Accelerated Debt Payoff Calculator shows how you can pay off debt more quickly. This tool takes your current debt balances, calculates your new consolidated loan, and applies monthly payment savings to determine the time periods necessary to pay off your debt as well as your monthly payment amounts.
The Net Worth Calculator shows your current net worth and estimates how your net worth could increase or decrease over the next 10 years. This tool provides you with a summary of your assets and liabilities as well as your projected net worth by year for 10 years into the future, based on estimated annual asset and liability growth percentages.
The Consolidation Loan Investment Calculator walks you through three easy steps of entering your current debt balances, calculating your new consolidated loan, and investing your monthly payment savings. This tool not only shows you the power of a consolidation loan but also calculates the sizeable nest egg you could accumulate through the investment of your savings.
*This Web site contains tools and calculators that are hypothetical in nature and used for illustrative purposes only.
This is a self-help tool. This information is provided for illustrative purposes to assist you regarding your financial needs. It is based on information and assumptions provided by you regarding your goals, expectations, and financial situation. The calculations do not infer that the company assumes any fiduciary duties. The calculations provided should not be construed as financial, legal, or tax advice. Your circumstances are unique, and you should consult with a financial, legal, or tax advisor as appropriate. In addition, such information should not be relied upon as the only source of information.