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Personal loan calculators

Find the right calculator to help make a more informed choice.

Several questions often crop up when comparing loan options: How much can you afford? What will your monthly repayments be? Are you getting the best deal available? There’s a lot of math involved with finding out if a lender is offering a competitive deal. This personal loan calculator can help sort things out so your decision is easier to make.

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Personal loan monthly payment calculator

Estimate how much you’ll pay each month on a personal loan by entering the potential loan amount, APR and repayment period. Use our monthly repayment calculator to make sure you’re signing up for a loan that you can comfortably afford.

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Debt consolidation savings calculator

Find out how much money a debt consolidation loan could help you save — and see how much faster you could get out of high-interest debt. Determine what rate and terms you’d need to make consolidating your debt worth it.

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Loan comparison calculator

Compare two loans side-by-side to tell which is the better choice for you. This calculator is also helpful if you’re interested in refinancing a loan you’re already paying off.

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Borrowing power calculator

Figure out how much you can comfortably afford to borrow, what monthly repayment to look for and what you’d end up paying in interest on a loan.

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Car loan monthly payment calculator

This calculator can help you figure out how much you’ll be responsible for paying each month on a car loan. You’ll also find out what your loan will cost over the short and long term.

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Business loan comparison calculator

Once you’ve narrowed down your options, you might want to consider other factors that affect the cost of your business loan. This calculator can help you make a quick, detailed comparison of two new loans or a current loan and a refinancing offer.

Bottom line

Using a calculator when you’re trying to find the right kind of loan can help you save money month-to-month and over the life of your loan. It can also help you avoid taking on debt that you can’t afford.

Ready compare lenders? Head over to our personal loans guide to get started.

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    ElizaJanuary 10, 2018

    I recently turned 18 and am in need of a car. My previous car I totalled so my family said they wouldn’t help me finance another one and that I would have to do it myself. I bank with a credit union under my grandmothers account so I don’t know if I can get a loan on my own. I also live in Alabama and I know for like getting an apartment you have to be 19 and I didn’t know if the same was with cars.

      RenchJanuary 11, 2018Finder

      Hi Eliza,

      Thanks for reaching out to us. Please note that we are not affiliated with any company we feature on our site and so we can only offer you general advice.

      While it can be more difficult getting a loan as an 18-year-old, it’s still possible as there are lenders that might accept applicants your age. You can compare loans for 18-year-old to see if you might be able to qualify for any loan options that may be available to you.

      Before applying for any loan, please ensure that you meet the eligibility criteria and requirements of the loan option or lender and make sure to read the details, as well as the relevant PDS/ T&Cs of the loan option before making a decision and consider whether the product or option is right for you.

      Best regards,

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