Mortgage Calculator

Years:
Interest:
Loan Amount:
Annual Tax:
Annual Insurance:
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Monthly Principle + Interest
Monthly Tax
Monthly Insurance
Total Payment
Mortgage Payoff Goal Calculator
Enter the principal balance owed:
Enter the annual interest rate:
Enter the current monthly payment amount:
# of years you wish to pay off mortgage in:
Additional monthly payment required:
Interest savings:

This calculator will show you the additional monthly payment you will need to make on your current mortgage in order to pay if off within a specified number of years. It will also show you how much interest you will save if you make the calculated additional payment each month, from now until your mortgage is paid off. Special thanks to online subscriber Lyle Crafton for presenting the idea for this calculator.

NOTE: Be sure to enter "0" (zero) in any entry boxes that don't apply to you. Also be sure that only numbers and decimal points are entered into the fields (dollar signs and other non-numeric characters will cause a JavaScript error).

Debt Consolidation Calculator
Entry Columns
Calculated Columns
Payment Desc.
Balance
Interest
Payment
Int. Cost
# Pmts
Totals
Consolidation Loan Terms
Enter the Consolidating Loan's Annual Interest Rate (APR):
Enter the Consolidating Loan's term (number of years):
Enter total of any Consolidation Loan Fees:
Results Without
Consolidating
With
Consolidating
Difference
Total of Monthly Payment(s):
Months until debts are paid off:
Total Cost (Interest Charges and Loan Fees):
Summary

When the typical debt-consolidation company advertises that they can "save you money," what they are most often referring to is simply a reduction in your total monthly debt payments -- not a savings in the cost of paying off your debt (interest charges). Sure, by consolidating your payments into a single loan, you might be paying one monthly payment that is smaller than the sum of your current monthly payments, but if they stretch your loan out for a longer period of time you could actually end up paying more interest by consolidating. This calculator will help you to determine whether or not consolidating will actually reduce the cost of retiring your debts.

Instructions: Starting with the first line of entry fields, enter each one of your debts, along with their corresponding principal balances, interest rates and monthly payment amounts (the last two columns will be filled in by the calculator). Once you have entered all of the debts you wish to consolidate, click on the "Compute Current Debt Cost" button. Next, enter the consolidating loan's interest rate, term and any origination fees that might apply and click the "Compute Consolidation Loan Costs" button.

IMPORTANT: In order for the this calculator to work, each debt must have the four left-hand fields filled in (for interest-free debts enter .001 just to satisfy the required interest-rate entry). Also, be sure to enter only numbers and decimal points in the numeric entry fields. Dollar signs, percent signs, commas and spaces will cause a JavaScript error.