Financial Tools
Should I refinance my mortgage? How much do I need to save for my child's college education? As accounting professionals, these are some of the questions that are posed to us on a daily basis. We are providing these interactive financial calculators and other tools to assist you with some of the day-to-day questions and concerns that may arise. While these financial tools are not a substitute for financial advice from a qualified professional, they can be used as a starting point in your decision making process.

 



Financial Calculators


Auto Loan CalculatorFind out how much automobile you can buy based on your weekly, bi-weekly or monthly payment, or find out your loan payment based on your purchase price!
Auto Rebate vs. Low Interest FinancingUse this calculator to help you determine whether you should take advantage of low interest financing or a manufacturer rebate.
Bi-weekly Payment CalculatorThis calculator shows you the possible savings by using an accelerated bi-weekly mortgage payment.
Buy vs. LeaseShould you lease your next automobile or finance it? Find out with this calculator!
Chequebook BalancerBalance your chequebook with this quick and easy calculator.
Equipment Buy vs. LeaseShould you lease your next equipment or finance it? Find out with this calculator!
Low Interest Financing Savings Low, promotional interest rates can save you a great deal of money when you finance your car or truck. Use this calculator to help find the best monthly payment and how much interest you could save.
Mortgage CalculatorUse this calculator to determine your monthly payment and amortization schedule.
Mortgage PayoffSave thousands of dollars in interest by increasing your monthly mortgage payment.
Mortgage QualifierThis calculator helps you determine just how much house you can afford.
Mortgage Refinance Interest SavingsUse this calculator to see how much interest you can save by refinancing your mortgage!
Tax Free Savings Account (TFSA) ComparisonThis calculator is designed to help compare a Tax Free Savings Account (TFSA) to a Registered Retirement Account (RRSP) and an ordinary taxable savings account.