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Numbers matter-but they can be hard to calculate and track. As part of our commitment to your financial well-being, we've provided a series of free calculators to help you monitor your net worth, maximize savings opportunities, and track the cost of debt.
Know How Much Your Finances Are Worth
The first step in organizing and building your finances is to identify your current net worth, which is a snapshot of where your finances stand at one moment in time. It is the sum of all your assets, less all your liabilities. This Net Worth Calculator
will help you determine your current net worth, and see how it could grow over the next ten years.
Calculate Emergency Savings Needs
Having adequate emergency savings can make unforseen unemployment, auto repairs, medical emergencies, property damage and even legal issues more manageable. This Emergency Savings Calculator
helps you determine how much emergency savings you may need and how you can begin saving toward this important goal.
See How Much You Lose by Paying Interest on Debt
The interest you pay on your debt can quickly become very expensive-but it can be hard to remember that when it comes out of your account in nickels and dimes. Use this Cost of Debt Calculator
to help determine just how expensive your debt has become.
Find Out How All Your Saving Adds Up
Reducing your spending can be worth more than you might think. Use this Savings Calculator
to see just how even the smallest budget reductions can add up to yield long-term savings once you commit to them.
Track the Debt You Owe
Use this Debt Calculator
to find out how much you owe-always a good starting point in a solid debt management plan. Enter all of your outstanding installment loans balances to determine how long it will take to pay it all off.
How Much Is Your Credit Card Debt?
For credit card balances, use this Credit Card Payoff Calculator
to see what it will take to pay off the balance, and what you can change to meet your repayment goals.
For more credit repair tools, visit our Knowledge Center, chock-full of free insider tips to help pave the way to your brighter financial future.