Skip to main content

Main Header

Enter a term to load popular Topics & and Help results...

View all # Search Results
Go back to the search field

Important Notifications

Credit Card Payoff Calculator

The credit card payoff calculator helps you determine how long it will take you to pay off your credit card balance based on your monthly payment.

 

Credit Card Payoff Calculator

How long will it take to pay off my credit card?

How many months will it take to pay off my credit card?

Credit card balance

This is the total amount that remains to be paid on your credit card.

$
Enter in a dollar amount

What is your APR?

Please enter the annual percentage rate of your credit card.

%
Enter a valid APR.

How do you want to pay off your credit card?

Please select the path that best fits your goal.

How much time?

In what amount of time would you like to pay off this credit card?

Years
Months
Please enter a length of time

How much can you pay per month?

Please enter the amount that you are able to comfortably pay per month.

Minimum ${#} required.

Credit Card Payoff Information

The amount you will pay towards your balance monthly.
Minimum ${#} required to cover interest.
Adjust time until payoff
Timeframe The length of time it will take to pay off your balance.
Must be 0 to 11 months and 0 to 99 years, totaling at least 1 month
Adjust monthly payment
The cost of the loan, including interest and fees.
Enter a valid APR
Total balance you currently owe.
Enter a dollar amount

Credit Card Breakdown

Time Until Payoff
0
0

Monthly payment too low

When using the calculator, please remember the dollar amounts displayed aren’t guaranteed, and what you actually pay may be different. The estimates you receive are for illustrative and educational purposes only. The results of any loan calculator are not intended to be and should not be considered a decision of, or a commitment to the loan type or amount for which you may qualify.

Don't let your debt control you.

Learn strategies to give your credit card debt the payoff.

Read the article

Your perspective is important to us and helps us see where we’re hitting the mark and where there might be areas to improve.