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Purchase price is just one consideration - you should also weigh depreciation and other factors. Use this new car vs used car calculator to help decide what kind of car you can afford.
Determine how your auto's value will change over the time you own it using this car depreciation calculator tool.
Use this calculator by entering the details of the purchase and lease options and see if buying or leasing a car is right for you.
Use this calculator to see if paying for you next car, truck, or SUV in cash is better than financing the vehicle with a low interest loan.
Use this calculator to compare two auto loans by filling in their specifics and see which loan is right for your next car, truck, or SUV.
Is it always the best move to go with the special dealer financing? This online tool will help you find out.
Is it better to buy a new car or keep the older one? This car depreciation calculator can help you determine how much your car is worth.
Use this savings calculator to add up how much your savings can accrue over the years if you spend less and save more each month.
This calculator may help you decide if paying off what you owe, or investing your money and letting it grow, is the right strategies to meet your financial goals.
Use this calculator to plug in what you owe, interest rate, and how much you can pay to find the right loan to consolidate your debt.
Saving for a rainy day, whether medical mishap or loss of income, requires regular contributions. Use this calculator to build an emergency fund.
By eliminating a few ongoing expenses, such as a few meals out or gourmet coffee, you can add up the savings.
Enter the value of your home and amount of your mortgage to see what line of credit you might qualify for.
It's easier to conquer debt when you streamline multiple payments into one place. Use this calculator to determine if a consolidation loan is right for you.
This loan payment calculator shows monthly amounts due on your loan and the total amount paid over time.
Use this calculator to help determine the number of months necessary to repay a home equity line of credit in order to meet your financial goals.
Use this calculator and enter your age, savings, and what you have currently saved to discover the time it will take to be a millionaire.
This calculator can help you determine how much savings you will have for retirement based on what you have now and will add in the future.
Decide the best payment scheme to reach your goal amount using this online tool.
Use this calculator to determine how much should be saved for future college costs.
You have a good amount saved up, but what will taxes and inflation do to your nest egg? Find out how much your savings is worth with this calculator.
Compare the rate of return on your investments with our handy calculator.
Whether the amount is big or small, calculate how much you need to save each month to reach your goal.
The information in this article was obtained from various sources not associated with State Farm®. While we believe it to be reliable and accurate, we do not warrant the accuracy or reliability of the information. These suggestions are not a complete list of every loss control measure. The information is not intended to replace manuals or instructions provided by the manufacturer or the advice of a qualified professional. Nor is it intended to effect coverage under our policy. State Farm makes no guarantees of results from use of this information.