Getting your spending under control and in line with your income is an essential element to building a healthy financial future. Analyze your spending (including what you put on a credit card) each month to make sure you are not spending more than you are bringing in. Once you have got that under control, consider placing what ‘extra’ you have every month in savings. You will never know when you will need it and it is better to take money out of a savings account to pay for unanticipated expenses rather than adding it to a credit card balance.
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Additional Online Calculators
Explore our handy financial calculators to help you run test scenarios on your monthly payments on loans, forecasting when you can reach your savings goal, and other important financial topics.
Simple Loan Calculator
Applying for a basic loan? Calculate your monthly payment with this handy tool.
Mortgage Refinance Savings Calculator
See a before-and-after comparison of your current home loan versus your possible future refinanced home loan
Bi-Weekly Loan Payments Calculator
Use this loan calculator to see what the interest savings could be by making payments every two weeks.
Buy vs. Lease Car Loan Calculator
In the market for a new car and trying to decide which option would work best for you? Use this calculator to explore your options.
Find out how much interest you could earn by investing your money into a Share Certificate (CD) with this handy calculator.
Savings Goal Calculator
Start with the end in mind. Learn exactly when you’ll reach your savings goal for a new car, TV, or other reward here.
This calculator is intended solely for general information and educational purposes. Greater Nevada Credit Union does not guarantee the accuracy of the calculations. The calculator is not intended in any way as financial, insurance, tax or legal information regarding your financial situation.