Financial Tools

Accelerated Debt Payoff Consolidating your debt is only half of the battle. You still need a plan to get your debt paid in full. This calculator can show you how to accelerate your debt payoff.
Amortizing Loan Calculator Enter your desired payment and its frequency- and let us calculate your loan amount. Or, enter in the loan amount and we will calculate your loan payment!
Auto Loan Calculator Find out how much automobile you can buy based on your weekly, bi-weekly or monthly payment, or find out your loan payment based on your purchase price!
Auto Rebate vs. Low Interest Financing Use this calculator to help you determine whether you should take advantage of low interest financing or a manufacturer rebate. A rebate will reduce your auto loan balance, while low interest financing lowers your monthly payment. The best option depends on the price of the vehicle, the size of the rebate and the interest rates available for financing.
Bi-weekly Payment Calculator This calculator shows you the possible savings by using an accelerated bi-weekly mortgage payment. Bi-weekly payments accelerate your mortgage payoff by paying 1/2 of your normal monthly payment every two weeks. By the end of each year, you will have paid the equivalent of 13 monthly payments instead of 12. This simple technique can shave years off your mortgage and save you thousands of dollars in interest.
Breakeven Analysis The breakeven analysis calculator is designed to demonstrate how many units of your product must be sold to make a profit. Hit “View Report” to see a detailed look at the profit generated at each sales volume level.
Buy vs. Lease Should you lease or buy your car? Use this calculator to find out! We calculate your monthly payments and your total net cost. By comparing these amounts, you can determine which is the better value for you.
Chequebook Balancer Let us help you balance your chequebook. First tell us the ending balance on your statement, then enter all of your outstanding cheques and deposits. If your chequebook register matches our calculated amount, your chequebook is balanced! If not, you may need to verify that all of your withdrawals and deposits are correct and accounted for.
Compare Savings Rates Even a small difference in the interest you are paid on your savings can add up over time. Use this calculator to see how different savings rates can impact your savings strategy! This calculator can also show you how deposits at the start of each month, compared to the end of the month, can impact your savings balance.
Compound Interest How interest is calculated can greatly affect your savings. The more often interest is compounded, or added to your account, the more you earn. This calculator demonstrates how compounding can affect your savings, and how interest on your interest really adds up!
Consolidation Loan Investment Calculator Getting a consolidation loan can do more than payoff your debt. You can create a sizable nest egg by investing all or a portion of your monthly payment savings. After a few years the results may surprise you! Use this calculator to see the results of paying off your debt and investing your payment savings. Click the “View Report” button for a detailed look at your results.
Cool Million What might it take to save one million dollars? This financial calculator helps you find out. Enter in your current savings plan and graphically view your financial results for each year until you retire. Press the “View Report” button for a report that helps you see when you might hit your cool million – and what you might be able to do to possibly achieve this goal.
Cost-of-Debt Calcultor The interest you pay on your debt can quickly become very expensive. Use this calculator to help determine just how expensive your debt has become. Enter all of your credit cards and outstanding installment loans balances. Find out how much you owe, how much interest you are scheduled to pay and how long it will take to pay it all off.
Credit Line Use this calculator to determine the home equity line of credit amount you may qualify to receive. The line of credit is based on a percentage of the value of your home. The more your home is worth, the larger the line of credit. Of course, the final line of credit you receive will take into account any outstanding mortgages you might have. This includes first mortgages, second mortgages and any other debt you have secured by your home.
Disability Insurance One of the most common causes of income loss is through a disability. While most disabilities cause only temporary loss of income, any income loss can be devastating if you are not financially prepared. This calculator helps you determine how much disability insurance you may need to cover expenses during such a disability.