Credit Card Consolidation Calculator

Credit card debt can take forever to pay off. Even worse, interest can pile up over time resulting in additional charges that make it tougher and more expensive to pay down your debt.

Rather than simply making minimum payments on your credit card, there’s another solution: credit card consolidation. By consolidating credit card debt with a personal loan, borrowers can pay off credit card debt in a fixed number of years and at potentially lower interest rates too.

See how much you could save with our Credit Card Consolidation Calculator below and check out our personal loan rates for consolidating credit cards.

Before consolidationAfter consolidation
Balance$10,000$10,000
Interest rate15%10%
Term55mo24mo
Monthly payment
$250/mo$461/mo
Total interest paid$3,750$1,075
Total balance paid$13,750$11,075
Lifetime savings+ $2,675
By consolidating your credit cards with a total balance of $10,000 at a weighted average interest rate of 15% with a new loan at a 10% interest rate, your new monthly payment would be $461/mo. Your lifetime savings with your new loan would be $2,675 compared to the total balance you’d pay on your credit cards.

Consolidate and pay off debt with personal loan rates as low as
5.67% APR.

Total balance

Monthly payment

Total interest

Before

$13,750

February 2021

After

$11,075

February 2019

$0
$2,000
$3,000
$5,000
$7,000
$9,000
$10,000
$12,000
$14,000

Credit Card Consolidation Calculator FAQs

1. What assumptions does this calculator make?

To provide a savings estimate, this calculator makes a few assumptions, including:

  1. For the purpose of lifetime savings estimates, it’s assumed the borrower will only make the monthly payments they input for current credit cards.
  2. Borrowers make a fixed payment each month for the amount specified over the term selected.

2. Am I eligible for a personal loan? What rates are available for loans to consolidate credit card debt?

This calculator does not guarantee eligibility or interest rates for credit card consolidation loans.

Please see our list of personal loan options to find and compare interest rates, as well as check eligibility. Most lenders we’ve partnered with offer a soft credit pull eligibility check, so you can review the interest rates you qualify for in just a few minutes.

Interested in a personal loan?

Here are the top personal loan lenders of 2017!
LenderRates (APR)Loan Amount 
* = includes AutoPay discount
4.77% - 14.24%*$5,000 - $100,000
5.75% - 16.24%1$5,000 - $50,000
5.67% - 29.99%$1,000 - $50,000
8.00% - 25.00%$5,000 - $35,000
5.25% - 12.00%$2,000 - $50,000
9.95% - 36.00%$1,000 - $35,000
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