This page lists all of Community First's calculators which you can use to help you manage your finances.
Using our borrowing power calculator, you can get an idea of how much you can expect to borrow based on your current salary and existing financial commitments.
Using our car loan calculator, you can work out your weekly, fortnightly or monthly repayments and how much interest is payable based on a given amount and term.
Using our honeymoon loan calculator, you can calculate your loan repayments and total interest payable on a loan with a honeymoon rate.
Using our loan repayments calculator, you can work out what your minimum weekly, fortnightly or monthly loan repayments would be for any borrowed amount.
Using our income tax calculator, you can calculate your tax and net (after tax) income from your annual income according to current tax thresholds.
Using our lump sum repayments calculator, you can see how much time and interest you can save by paying a lump sum off your loan.
Using our loan comparison calculator, you can compare the loan repayments and the total interest payable on two different loans to determine which one will meet your needs best.
Whether you're buying, investing or purchasing your first home, you can use our stamp duty calculator to work out how much stamp duty will be payable on a given amount in any Australian state or territory.
Using our personal loan calculator, you can calculate the repayments and total interest payable on a loan.