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Financial calculators are a great tool to help you define, refine, and reach your financial goals. Use a financial calculator to figure out what you can afford, what to invest in, or how to go about saving for your dream. Try our easy-to-use savings calculator, mortgage payoff calculator, retirement calculators, and other financial calculators below.
Looking for a new home? Browse the mortgage calculators below to see what you can afford, how much you can borrow, and more.
Calculate your monthly mortgage payment for a given purchase price, down payment, interest rate, and loan term.
Determine your maximum home price and mortgage loan amount.
Find out how much you can borrow for the home of your dreams.
Find out if it makes sense to pay extra every month.
Find out whether it’s better to make a small or large down payment.
See which option is better for you.
Find out if paying points up front is a good long-term choice for you.
Find out if refinancing is a good option for you.
Use these calculators to get answers to your credit card and personal loan questions.
Compare monthly payment and rates by loan amount and term
Calculate monthly payments on a line of credit
Find out if earning points or a lower rate is better for you
Find out if getting cash back or a lower rate is better for you
Compare the difference between carrying multiple card balances vs. consolidating
Input your expenses to estimate how much cash back you could earn
Whether you’re just starting to save or you’re looking for ways to save more, these calculators will help answer some of your top savings questions.
Calculate the future worth of your savings plan
Calculate combinations to save lump sum amounts for different purchases
Determine the maturity value of your CD
Compare how a CD ladder can help your money grow versus investing in a single short term CD and rolling it over
Compare savings account and CD options
Calculate different combinations to save a lump-sum amount to pay college
Compare receiving a lump sum or annuity
Determine how much reductions in spending may be worth if you invest the savings.
Determine actual spending amounts and what’s left for investing
Determine a comfortable amount to save
If you have debt, you’re not alone. Use these calculators to find answers to some of the top debt payment questions.
Determine the number of months necessary to repay a home equity line of credit.
See the difference between keeping loans separate or consolidating.
Estimate the amount of time to pay off a credit card balance.
Find out which is a better financial decision for you.
If you’re saving up for college for yourself or a dependent, take a look at our student loan calculators to help you plan.
Calculate different combinations to save a lump-sum amount to pay college.
Examine different ways to save for college.
Compare costs of the different living options.
Whether you’re decades away from retirement or it’s just around the corner, these calculators will help you plan for each phase of life.
Compare four alternatives to save for your retirement.
Calculate your maximum tax-deductible or allowable contributions to a traditional or Roth IRA.
Calculate whether converting is the best decision for you.
Estimate if your expenses during retirement will be covered.
Estimate your monthly expenses during retirement.
Calculate your maximum tax-deductible or allowable contributions.
Use our insurance calculators to answer top questions related to life insurance and HSAs.
Determine the amount you’ll need to cover future expenses
Compare contribution options.
Compute the expected value of your HSA.
Compare the cost of an HDHP with an HSA to a traditional health plan.
Shopping for a new car? Check out our auto loan calculators to see what vehicle you can afford, if you should lease or purchase, and more.
Determine your maximum vehicle price and loan amount.
Find out by calculating price, depreciation, operating costs, and more.
Compare loan amounts, rates, and payoff times.
Decide if leasing is preferable to borrowing to acquire a vehicle.
Compare the loan term and interest rate of loans.
Find out which loan saves you more.
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With mortgage rates at historically low, now is a great time to refinance your mortgage. Here are things to consider when refinancing with Fifth Third.
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