When you have a big financial decision ahead of you, use our powerful calculators to estimate your best course of action. They're easy to use and helpful in your research.

Mortgage Loan Calculator

Find out how long it will take to pay off your mortgage, see how much you'll pay in interest, and consider the positive impact of extra principal payments.

Mortgage Qualifier Calculator

Figure out how much money you can borrow when purchasing a home. This is an important step that can keep you from getting in too deep with a house whose payments and upkeep you can't afford.

Rent vs. Buy Calculator

Dig into the fees, taxes and monthly mortgage payments to help you figure out which option fits you and your lifestyle.

Home Budget Calculator

This calculator give you control over your budget. Enter your income and monthly expenses, and then figure out how much you have left to save and where you spend your money.

College Savings Calculator

Setting goals for higher education also requires creating a savings plan to reach them. Develop or fine-tune your education savings plan so you can address the costs of a college degree.

Savings Calculator

See how long-term, consistent saving over multiple years can help you accumulate wealth, even if you're just making small additions.

Savings Goals Calculator

Whatever you're saving for, this calculator shows you what you need to do to get there. Enter your savings plan and find out where you stand and what you can do to keep things on track.

Auto Loan Calculator

Ready to make that big purchase of a new car, truck or SUV? You can figure out your loan payment or determine your budget using this calculator.

Roth vs. Traditional IRA Calculator

Individual Retirement Accounts are great planning tools. The Roth IRA and Traditional IRA are the two options, and this calculator helps you determine which one could be right for you.

Personal Debt Consolidation Calculator

Will you save money by consolidating your debt? Enter your credit cards, auto loans and other installment loans balances and then change the details to create a loan that will work for your budget.