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Our Credit calculators can assist you in making financial decisions and answering financial questions: Prepare an estimate of when your debt will be completely paid off, assess the advantages of combining high-interest debt or devise a strategy to reduce your debt payments as quickly as possible.
Credit Utilization Ratio
Your credit utilization rate, sometimes called your credit utilization ratio, is the amount of revolving credit you’re currently using divided by the total amount of revolving credit you have available.
Debt-to-Income Ratio Calculator
Debt-to-income (DTI) ratio compares how much you earn to your total monthly debt payments. Crunch the numbers with our DTI ratio calculator and find out if you’re ready to apply for a home loan.
Consolidate Credit Card
Debt consolidation rolls your existing debts into one, ideally with a lower interest rate and shorter payoff time. This is often accomplished with a debt consolidation loan, but there are other ways to consolidate debt depending on your specific situation.
Pay Off Calculator
We’ll help you determine how many months it will take to free yourself from debt. Just input your current card balance along with the interest rate and your monthly payments.