Don’t pay more on a personal loan than you should. Our Personal Loan Calculator shows exactly how much interest you could save by paying off your existing loan or credit card with a SoFi Personal Loan.
Compare your existing debt information to see how lowering your interest rate and monthly payments can help you save on total interest. Simply input the amount of your current personal loan or debt, your current interest rate, and the term of the loan. If you have multiple loans or credit cards, enter your average rate into the payoff calculator. Then see a side by side comparison of your loan or debt vs a SoFi personal loan.
Calculated payments and savings are only estimates. All rates shown include the SoFi 0.25% AutoPay discount. Using the free calculator is for informational purposes only, does not constitute an offer to receive a loan, and will not solicit a loan offer. Any payments and savings will depend on the actual amounts for which you are approved, should you choose to apply.
Estimate your total outstanding debt from loans, credit cards, or both. (You might want to omit car loans or low-interest student loans here, because there are better refinancing options than a personal loan.)
Enter your APR, which can be found on your monthly bill. If you have different interest rates for multiple debts, enter the average APR.
For loans, this is the amount you are billed each month. The Remaining Term field will then auto-populate. (If you don’t know your Monthly Payment: Enter your Remaining Term in the next field and your Monthly Payment will be automatically calculated.) For credit cards, enter your Minimum Payment Due as shown on your bill or the amount you typically pay.
Enter the number of months left on your loan. You can find your loan’s Maturity Date on your monthly bill. The Monthly Payment field will then auto-populate. (If you don’t know your Remaining Term: Enter your Monthly Payment, and your Remaining Term will be automatically calculated.) For credit cards, fill in the Monthly Payment field with the Minimum Payment Due on your most recent bill, and the Remaining Term will be automatically calculated.
Use the slider to choose the preferred length of your new loan. Longer terms will result in lower monthly payments, but you’ll pay more in interest over the life of the loan.
This shows what you’re paying now. You can change it in the Monthly Payment field above.
This is calculated by applying your new SoFi interest rate and term above to your total debt.
You’ll save this amount every month because of your lower SoFi interest rate, shorter term, or both. (If the number is negative, try reducing your new term or lowering your interest rate.)
The personal loan calculator figures the total amount you’ll save over the life of your new SoFi loan.
You can compare your current debt — loans and credit cards — to see how lowering your interest rate can affect your monthly payment and save you money on the total interest you pay over the life of the loan.
Personal Loans are very flexible. Some common uses include home improvements, credit card consolidation, medical bills, weddings, and emergency funds in response to unplanned life events.
When you’re ready, apply online from start to finish —- you’ll get access to live, U.S.-based customer support, 7 days a week. After a quick application process, you’ll receive the money in a lump sum.Apply Now
Your monthly payments are calculated by applying your new SoFi interest rate and the length of the loan above to the total amount of your current debt.
Personal loan interest rates range from 3% to 36%, with an average rate as of May 2022 of 8.73%. Your rate will depend on your credit score, annual income, and your debt-to-income (DTI) ratio. SoFi offers Personal Loans with fixed rates as low as 7.99% for borrowers who qualify. You can check average personal loan interest rates here.
A personal loan is a short-term, unsecured loan with terms typically ranging from 2 to 5 years.
You do not need a down payment for a personal loan. However, keep in mind that personal loans, while flexible, may not be used as a mortgage loan or for a down payment on a mortgage.
Your credit score is a major factor in qualifying for a personal loan, and will determine your interest rate. A borrower with a Good credit score can pay 2 to 3 times the interest as a borrower with an Excellent score.
When someone applies for a personal loan, banks look at the borrower’s credit score and credit history, annual income, and debt-to-income (DTI) ratio. A borrower must also be over 18 and have a bank account. Learn more about typical personal loan requirements.
If you have a variable interest rate personal loan, your payment could change as interest rates rise and fall. However, if you have a fixed interest rate loan, your payment will never change.
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