Are you saving for a new house or a holiday? Need some guidance with your budgeting? Finance calculators can be a great tool to help you make more informed financial decisions, so we’ve listed a range below that are both free and easy to use.
Home Loans – estimate your monthly payments and borrowing power to aid in your budgeting and decision-making throughout the homebuying process.
Find out how much you could potentially borrow for your mortgage.
Determine roughly how much your home loan repayments will cost each month.
Life Insurance & Income Protection – how much cover do you actually need? These calculators can give you an approximate indication.
Estimate how much life insurance and income protection cover you may require.
Estimate how much cover you may need if you’re unable to work.
Savings & Budget – set financial goals and track your income and expenses with these handy tools.
Find out how much you will have in savings after a period of time based on what you deposit and the interest.
A great way to help track your income and expenses and assist you with planning for future expenses.
Loans – Personal & Car – estimate your monthly payments based on factors like loan amount, loan term and interest rate.
If you’re trying to decide between home loans, you can calculate which one may work out better for you.
Find out an estimate of your repayments and how much interest you could pay.
Finance calculators can provide you with some more clarity as you navigate the world of loans, savings, budgets and more. It’s important to note that they’re not meant to be a source of complete accuracy, more so used as a guide to get you started.
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