To consolidate debt, first calculate the loan you need

It's easier to conquer debt when you streamline multiple payments into one place.

This calculator will help you determine if a consolidation loan could save you money. Include your monthly payments, interest, savings, existing loans and credit card amounts to determine if a consolidation loan will be helpful. You may not want to include loans that are almost paid off.

If you own a home, obtaining a home equity loan or home equity line of credit may be preferred since they typically have lower interest rates than personal loans.

Debt consolidation calculator

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Consolidation results

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Monthly payment: $0
Total payment: $0
Total interest: $0

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Monthly payment: $0
Total payment: $0
Total interest: $0
A consolidation loan in the amount of $0 for 0 months at 1 interest will save you $0 in interest.
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Your new consolidated payment would be $1.
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