Australian Loan Calculators

Loan Calculator (Australian)

This calculator can help you in creating a proper amortization plan for your loan. You will easily be able to view your repayment options and the amount of interest that will be generated in the process. You can even view the effect of extra repayments on your loan. If you view the detailed report, you will be able to see your plan on both a yearly and repayment basis.

Credit Card Payoff (Australian)

With the help of this calculator, you can compare and re-evaluate your current credit card balance re-payment plan and choose a mode of re-payment that saves you the most on credit card pay-off balance. When using this calculator, JavaScript is required for it to function properly. Furthermore, if Internet Explorer is the browser of your choice, please change the options to ‘Allow Blocked Content’ which will allow you to view the calculator.

Line of Credit Payoff (Australian)

Are you curious about when you’ll finally be free of your credit card’s extended credit line? If the answer is yes then with the help of this calculator you can find out just how much you will have to spend to pay it off and how small changes can provide you with the boost to remain consistent with your goals for repayment. When using the calculator, JavaScript is required for it to function properly. Furthermore, if Internet Explorer is the browser of your choice, please change the options to ‘Allow Blocked Content’ which will allow you to view the calculator.

Mortgage Loan Calculator (Australian)

This calculator can help you in formulating an amortization plan for your existing mortgage. You will be able to see the amount that you will be paying in interest along with principal balances. You can also use the calculator to view the effects that principal prepayments can have on your plan. If you view the report, you will be able to see a detailed analysis, both on a monthly and yearly basis.

Interest Only Loan Calculator (Australian)

With the help of this calculator, you can view an amortized version of your schedule defining the rate of interest that is applicable on interest only loans. Once all current and relevant data relating to you has been entered, you can utilize the options to examine how quickly the repayment can be done and the amount of interest you might have to pay. When using the calculator, JavaScript is required for it to function properly. Furthermore, if Internet Explorer is the browser of your choice, please change the options to ‘Allow Blocked Content’ which will allow you to view the calculator.

Roll-Down Your Credit Card Debt! (Australian)

This calculator works on the basis of two main principles that are extremely useful and effective if you want to pay off your credit card debt. First, you should pay off the debt with the greatest interest rate. When the full amount has been paid, then you can apply the monthly payment of that card to the card with the second greatest interest rate. In order to view how this is done, provide your card balances along with a roll down amount. This extra amount will then be applied to the card with the greatest interest rate. When the balance of that card becomes zero, you can proceed to pay off the debt of the card with the second highest interest rate. The process continues until you have rolled down all your cards and paid off the full debt amount. You can view the detailed results in the report generated.

Credit Card Payoff (Australian)

With the help of this calculator, you can compare and re-evaluate your current credit card balance re-payment plan and choose a mode of re-payment that saves you the most on credit card pay-off balance. When using this calculator, JavaScript is required for it to function properly. Furthermore, if Internet Explorer is the browser of your choice, please change the options to ‘Allow Blocked Content’ which will allow you to view the calculator.

Fees Calculator (Australian)

This calculator can be utilized to find out all legal charges and fees that are determined by the Government of Australia and are applicable to any individual who is applying to buy an occupied property within Australia. When using this calculator, JavaScript is required for it to function properly. Furthermore, if Internet Explorer is the browser of your choice, please change the options to ‘Allow Blocked Content’ which will then enable you to view the calculator.

Loan Comparison Calculator (Australian)

When looking to see which loan offers you the best value for your money, there are quite a few things to look at other than simply drawing a comparison of the difference in payments on a monthly basis. With the help of this calculator you can pick the loan that provides you the best options by enabling you to compare all the variables and data such as the amount of the payments made on a monthly basis, expenses incurred in the process of acquiring a new loan and any other fees. With the calculator, you can calculate, compare and determine the option that offers you the best value with ease. When using the calculator, JavaScript is required for it to function properly. Furthermore, if Internet Explorer is the browser of your choice, please change the options to ‘Allow Blocked Content’ which will allow you to view the calculator.

Mortgage Payoff (Australian)

Do you know how much money you can save in interest if you just increase your mortgage payment? Use this calculator to find out the huge amounts involved. You can view a completely detailed analysis in the report along with an amortization plan and estimate of your total savings.

Refinance Breakeven (Australian)

Want an estimate of the average time that you require in order to breakeven on your mortgage refinance? The answer to this depends on a number of factors, such as your existing interest rate, your new interest rate, the closing costs incurred and the time period till which you will be residing in your house. This calculator considers all these factors and helps you decide if refinancing your mortgage is worth it or not. A completely detailed analysis can also be viewed in the report.

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