Your ultimate guide to paying off debt [Tools and Calculators]

Updated April 22, 2024  |   Published April 15, 2024

At the end of the last quarter of 2023, the average household debt in the United States reached $17.5 trillion while loan delinquency rates rose. Credit card debt reached a record high of $1.13 trillion and mortgage balances rose to $12.25 trillion overall. If you, like many other Americans, have household debt that is higher than ever, there’s still hope for you to create a plan to pay it off. In this guide, we’ve provided you with all the resources and tools to help you manage your debt and find your way back to financial freedom. Follow these links to get you there.

Debt Management Resources

  • Debt Payoff Strategies – create a debt payoff plan with the snowball or avalanche strategies. Plus, more tips to lower your bills.
  • Money Management Tool – budget and track your spending while forecasting your debt payoff with our Money Management and Debts tools in online banking.

Money Management and Debt Forecasting tool computer screen mockup

Debt Calculators

Use these calculators to help answer your most pressing debt questions.

Debt Consolidation & Refinancing

Get Back on Track

Spend Less Without Doing Less

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