Listed by Functionality

- † Amortization Schedule — payment table
- † Annuity Schedule — time to withdrawal
- † Future Value Schedule — interest earned on periodic investments or deposits
- † Ultimate Financial Calculator — FV, PV, interest rate, term, payment or investment amounts, APR, IRR

- Calculate Compound Interest — for exact days
- Future value of an investment
- Internal Rate of Return — annualized return on investment cash flows
- Present Value of an Annuity
- PV Calculator — today's value of future amount
- ROI Calculator — return on investment
- Simple Interest Calculator

- † Auto loan with trade-in or down payment
- † Benefits of making extra principal payments
- † Calculate what making biweekly loan payments will save you in interest charges
- † Calculate loan (remaining) balance
- † Design loan with balloon payment
- † General purpose loan calculator
- † Interest Only Loan Payments
- † Rule-of-78s
- † Payment Calculator — particularly well suited for quick calculations on small screens

- Annuity Matrix — calculate range of starting amounts or withdrawals
- Future Value Matrix — calculate range of future values or deposit amount
- Loan Matrix — calculate range of payments or loan amounts

Matrix calculators will save you the trouble of doing a lot of "what ifs?". These financial calculators show a range of calculations across varying inputs. We think they are unique. Give them a try!

- † Canadian Loan Calculator — Amortization schedule using Canadian conventions.
- † Fixed Principal Loan Payment — pay loan with fixed principal amounts
- How much house can I afford?
- † Is a bridge loan required?
- † Mortgage Balance
- † Mortgage Calculator — solves for 6 unknowns including percentage cash required
- † Will a biweekly mortgage save me money?

- † When can I retire? — chart a retirement plan
- Future value of an investment — FV
- † Savings calculator solves for four unknowns
- † Withdrawal Savings Calculator

- † Ultimate Financial Calculator
- Structure any cash flow
- Loan / amortization schedules
- Investment / savings schedules
- Calculate return on investment
- Rate or cash flow change on any date
- Debt payoff amount as of specific date
- Much, much more

† These calculators also create schedules & charts.

Listed Alphabetically

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**Annuity Schedule**— time to withdrawal schedule and charts **Affordable House Calculator**— how much house can you afford considering income, taxes, insurance & maintenance?- †
**Amortization Calculator**— calculate & show/print loan payment schedules **Annuity Matrix**— calculate range of possible withdrawals- †
**Auto Loan Calculator**— allows for optional trade-in or cash down payment - †
**Balloon Payment Calculator**— structure a loan with a balloon. Solves for 5 variables. - †
**Biweekly Mortgage Calculator**— pay 1/2 monthly payment every other week. Save. - †
**Bridge Loan Calculator**— will you need a bridge loan? **Budget Calculator**— Create budgets and percentage allocations- †
**Canadian Loan Calculator**— Amortization schedule using Canadian conventions. **Compound Interest Calculator**— calculate interest on an amount for a specific date range- †
**Extra Payments Calculator**— calculate interest and time saved due to making extra principal payments

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**Fixed Principal Loan Payment Calculator**— pay loan with fixed principal amounts, declining payments **Future Value Calculator**— what an amount will be worth in the future**Future Value Matrix**— calculate range of future values- †
**Future Value Schedule**— periodic investments or deposits and interest earned **Interest Calculations**— calculate periodic or exact date interest- †
**Interest Only Loan Calculator**— interest only periodic payments **IRR**— annualized return on investment cash flows- †
**Loan Calculator**— solve for payment, term, rate or loan amount **Loan Matrix**— calculate range of payments**Mark-up / Discount Percentages Calculator**— uniquely calculates explicit and implicit percentages. Solves any 3 of 5 variables. Great teaching tool.- †
**Mortgage Calculator**— solves for 6 unknowns including percent deposit

**Net Worth Calculation**— assets minus liabilities. Calculates percentage allocation.- †
**Payment Calculator**— calculate level payment covering principal & interest **Percentage Calculations**— 4 calculators**Present Value of an Annuity**— today's value of future cash flows**Present Value Calculator**— today's value of future amount — PV- †
**Remaining Loan Balance Calculator**— balance remaining after "X" payments - †
**Retirement Planning Calculator**— colorful chart shows exactly where you stand **Return on Investment Calculator**— exact ROI between two dates- †
**Rule-of-78s Calculator**— Create printable amortization schedule. - †
**Savings Calculator**— solves for four unknowns **Simple Interest Calculator**— calculate simple interest between any dates. Also, days between dates calculation.- †
**Ultimate Financial Calculator** - †
**Withdrawal Savings Calculator**— solves for 4 unknowns

† These calculators also create schedules & charts.

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Can I put it on my desktop.

Thanks

That depends on what you mean by “it”. 🙂

The calculators listed on this page are all web based. Therefore, you can run any of them from your desktop as long as the desktop is connected to the internet.

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Looking for a mortgage loan calculator that will account for previous extra payments at irregular intervals and provide input options for future regular and irregular extra payments.

Goal to solve for interest saved and solve for target payoff date.

There are several possibilities. The one that I would try first is the Time Value of Money Calculator. This calculator is the most flexible for it’s possible (but not necessary) to enter payments on the dates they are made or projected to be made. Payments can be for any amount i.e. more or less than the calculated amount. There are 25 tutorials if you scroll down the page. Everyone should read #1. And you’ll be most interested in these:

Thank you!

I also meant to say that if you want to just do some quick, what-if calculations to see what a series of extra payments would save you in interest charges, the Extra Payment Calculator is also a good one to try.