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Calculate your vehicle loan payment.
Calculate which is better: a new or used vehicle.
What vehicle can I afford?
Compare two loans.
Compare terms of loans to determine which loan you should choose.
Evaluate how long you should keep a vehicle.
Compare financing vs. paying cash for a vehicle.
Compare leasing vs. purchasing a vehicle.
Compare using home equity vs. an auto loan.
Calculate the cost of depreciation.
Compare rebate vs. special dealer financing.
Calculate how large a line of credit you can obtain.
Evaluate if you should use a home equity loan for an auto loan.
Calculate your tax savings.
Determine what it will take to pay off your line of credit.
Calculate your home equity line of credit payment.
Calculate your home equity loan payment.
Calculate how much you can borrow.
Calculate how much you can afford to spend on your home.
Determine if you should pay points to lower your rate.
Calculate how much your adjustable rate payments will be.
Determine how much you should put down for a new home.
Evaluate how you can reduce mortgage insurance costs.
Determine how much you can save in taxes.
Determine how much your monthly payment will be.
Which is better: 15- or 30-year loan term?
Am I better off refinancing?
How much will my savings be worth?
What will it take to save for a vehicle/home/etc.?
What will it take to save for a college education?
Which is better: cash or payments?
How will taxes and inflation affect my savings?
What is it worth to reduce my spending?
How much will my CD be worth at maturity?
How much of a difference will the rate make?
How much, at what rate, when?
What will it take to become a millionaire?
Determine how retirement will affect your expenses.
Calculate if you are saving enough, and what you can change.
Calculate what your income will be after you retire.
Calculate the effect of inflation.
Calculate how much Social Security will provide.
Compare with and without Social Security.
Determine your expenses after you retire.
Calculate an increase in your expenses if you underestimate them.
Determine which savings should be used first.
Calculate how much you can invest before taxes each year.
Determine what happens if tax laws change.
Decide how this account will be used.
Evaluate what you will earn with this account.
Evaluate how advantageous increasing your savings is.
Determine which savings/ income source will be the largest.
Determine how much you are spending.
Calculate what it will take to pay off your balance.
Calculate what it is worth to reduce your spending.
Determine if you should pay off your debt or invest in savings.
Calculate how much it will cost to raise a child.
Determine if your spouse should also work.