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Calculate your savings plan for a large purchase

Decide the best payment scheme to reach your goal amount using this online tool.

If you're in the market to make a large purchase, like an appliance, vehicle or home, our savings calculator will display how your investment could grow over time. Recalculations can be done by placing new values in a field and selecting Calculate again.

Saving for a large purchase

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Neither State Farm® nor its agents provide tax or legal advice. This calculator is for illustrative and educational purposes only. Its accuracy and applicability to your circumstances is not guaranteed. Please consult your own adviser regarding your particular circumstances.



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