An investment in knowledge pays the best interest... In this case you're going to need some calculators.
Use this calculator to determine how long it will take you to payoff your credit cards if you only make the minimum payments. Enter your credit card information below and press "View Report" to see your payoff details.
Use this calculator to see what it will take to pay off your credit card balance, and what you can change to meet your repayment goals.
Should you consolidate your debt? This calculator is designed to help determine if debt consolidation is right for you. Fill in your loan amounts, credit card balances and other outstanding debt. You can then see what your monthly payment would be with a consolidated loan. Try adjusting your terms, loan types or rate until you find a consolidation plan that fits your needs - and most importantly your budget!
For a 20 year draw period, this calculator helps determine both your interest-only payments and the impact of choosing to make additional principal payments.
This calculator is designed to help determine whether using equity in your home to consolidate debt is right for you. Enter your credit cards, installment loans and any other debt you wish to consolidate by clicking on the 'Enter Data' button for each category. Then change the consolidated loan amount, term or rate to create a loan that will work within your budget.
When will your line of credit be paid off? Use this calculator to see what it will take to payoff your line of credit, and what you can change to meet your repayment goals.
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The Student Loan Consolidation and Debt Payoff calculator applies two simple principles to paying off high-interest debt.
- Consolidate your existing student loans
- Use your extra cash every month to pay off your higher interest debt sooner
We apply the amount of payment savings you choose to your non-student loan debt with the highest rate. When that balance is paid in full, the balance with the next highest rate will be paid down. This continues until you have rolled through all of your balances and your non-student loan debt is paid in full.