With interest rates in the 70s, many are thinking twice about paying off a debt.

But now a new calculator from Credit Karma will give you the exact amount you’ll pay off over the next 12 months.

The company’s new tool is designed to help you sort through the confusing loan repayment options.

It also allows you to compare interest rates to your budget, and find the best interest rate to use on a range of debt.

“A loan can be as expensive as a car or a house or a mortgage, but there are some options to consider when considering what you’ll need to pay off,” Credit Karma’s director of product marketing, Joanne Foy, said.

“We wanted to provide an easy-to-use tool to help guide you through the loan repayment process.”

This is a free tool, so you can download the free app from the App Store or Google Play for free.

“For instance, if you want to save on the cost of your house, the calculator will show you how much you’ll owe over the life of your loan, including interest.

It’s also an effective way to help ensure you have a decent debt repayment plan.””

It’s not like you need to have a budget or anything,” Foy said.

It’s also an effective way to help ensure you have a decent debt repayment plan.

“If you’re going to borrow money and you’re in the process of putting a down payment, you’re probably going to spend a lot of money,” she said.

“It’s important to know what you’re doing with your money.”

For some, the choice between paying off their loan and borrowing money will be a lot easier.

“I’m very much a budget person and if I can just pay off the loan, I’ll do that,” Foyle said.

For others, a higher interest rate will put more strain on their credit, especially if they are trying to repay a mortgage or car loan.

But Foy is hopeful that other consumers will soon start using the calculator.

“As more people use the tool, we’re confident it’s going to be helpful for a wider range of consumers,” she he said.

While the calculator is free, Credit Karma offers a range to buy the app, including a free trial.

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