Type in a few figures. Figure out your financial future.

You don't have to be a math whiz to use Arbor Financial's financial calculators. Just a consumer looking for insights to help you make important decisions. We put you in control with 10 calculators that allow you to adjust a variety of variables and figure out what saving or borrowing strategy works best for you.

Mortgage Loan Calculator

As you pursue your dream home, take time to compute the monthly payments and total interest charges.

Auto Loans Calculator

Go beyond the sticker price and learn how much it will really cost to own that new or used car.

Certificate of Deposit Calculator

Figure out how much interest you'll earn if you invest for a few months - or a few years.

Roth vs. Traditional IRA Calculator

Compare the income returns and tax benefits of two popular retirement savings tools.

Savings Goals Calculator

See how steady deposits can help you make that special purchase sooner than you think.

Home Budget Calculator

Gain useful insight into your spending habits and find out where you might be able to cut back.

College Savings Calculator

Study up on how to save enough money to afford the ever-increasing costs of higher education.

Credit Card Payoff Calculator

Take a load off your mind and monthly budget by forming a strategy to reduce your credit card debt.

Debt Consolidation Calculator

Run the numbers to see whether it might pay off to roll your high-interest debts into just one loan.

Refinance Interest Savings Calculator

Weigh a wide range of factors as you consider whether you might save money with a new mortgage.

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