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This loan amortization calculator creates a table that shows the total amount of interest and principal payable to the lender, the portion of each monthly payment that is interest or principal, and the balance outstanding at any given point in time.
If you’re considering a fixed-rate mortgage, use this calculator to see the total principal and interest you’ll owe each month.
Use this loan interest calculator to see how much interest you can expect to pay your lender over the course of your loan.
In the market for a used car? Our used car loan calculator will show your monthly payment, a breakdown between principal and interest, and a full payment schedule for your used car purchase.
Trading in your old vehicle and wanting to know how much your new car will cost each month? This calculator will determine your new monthly payment and provide you with a full repayment schedule.
Are you looking to get a new six-year (72 month) auto loan? This calculator will display your monthly payment and a full schedule of your upcoming principal and interest payments.
Use this savings calculator to see how much money you could accumulate over time by investing part of your income every month.
Use this savings calculator to see how much you need to set aside each year in order to reach a specific financial goal.
This financial calculator shows you how much you need to save each month in order to accumulate $1,000,000.
How many years will it take you to accumulate $1,000,000? Use this financial calculator to find out.
Calculate yield to maturity to measure a bond’s return if you were to buy it today and hold it until it matures.
Calculate yield to call to measure a bond’s return if you were to buy it today and hold it until the call date.
Calculate yield on cost to measure a stock’s dividend yield based on the price you originally paid for it.