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Car Loan

A calculator to help you determine your monthly car loan payment or your car purchase price.


Buy vs Lease

Should you buy or lease your next car? Use this calculator to make an informed decision! 


Debt Roll Down

The credit card roll-down applies two simple principles to paying off your credit card debt.


Emergency Fund

Having adequate emergency savings can make unforeseen expenses more manageable.


Future Value

Determine the future value of an investment which can include initial and periodic deposits.


Lump Sum

Use this calculator to determine the lump sum future value of an investment.



The financial impact of adding or removing a spouse's income to your household budget.


Investment Goal

How much may your investment grow before taxes, after taxes, and after taxes and inflation?

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Financial Calculator


What might it take to save one million dollars? This financial calculator helps you find out.

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Determine your monthly payment and generate an estimated amortization schedule.

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Rent or Buy

Weed through the fees, taxes and monthly payments to make an informed decision.

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The percentage of your gross income required to cover your housing and debt payments.

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401(k) Plans

Contributions and earnings are tax-deferred and many employers provide matching contributions.

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401(k) Rollover

Manage your 401(k) balance when you leave an employer. Should you spend it or save it?

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Simple Loan

Enter your desired payment or loan amount and we'll calculate your monthly payment.

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Debt Elimination

The Snowball Debt Elimination Calculator applies a simple principle to paying off your debt.

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Changes to the Post-9/11 GI Bill’s Transferability Rules Coming January 2020

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