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Want to know how much you can afford to borrow for a home? What about how much you’ll need to save for your child’s education? Our suite of calculators will help you quickly and easily answer some of your biggest financial questions. 

 
​Mortgage Calculator

Find out what your mortgage payments could look like to ensure they fit your budget, or compare mortgage terms, rates and payment options. 

​Loan Calculator

See how much you can afford to borrow and what your projected repayment schedule could be. ​

​TFSA Calculator

Your TFSA is a valuable savings vessel, growing your money tax free. Figure out how to maximize your contributions with this calculator.​

​Retirement Planning Calculator

How much do you need to retire comfortably? This calculator helps you figure out the savings you’ll need to reach your retirement goals. ​

​RRIF Calculator

The Retirement Income Fund Calculator will give you withdrawal minimums and payment options based on how much you’re planning to withdraw and investment length. ​

​RESP Calculator

Map out the savings required – through individual contributions and government grants – to prepare for your child’s education dreams. 

​Foreign Exchange Currency Calculator

This tool will assist you while converting your foreign currencies to Canadian dollars, or the other way around. Rates are up to date.​

Budgeting​

Is it time for a financial review?

The Financial Consumer Agency of Canada’s Budgeting Calculator helps you prepare a simple personal or household budget.

Then visit us at EKC to begin saving for your dreams.

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​Budgeting tips

Setting up and using a budget involves six basic steps:

  1. Establish your financial goals: immediate, intermediate, and long-term.
  2. Examine your current financial position. What is your household income and how much do you spend?
  3. Build a monthly budget for each month of the year, itemizing expenses in various categories and estimating how much you can reasonably expect to spend in each category.
  4. Relate your budget to your overall financial planning. How much money do you expect to have left over after expenses? How will this money be allocated? How long will it take you to reach each goal?
  5. Throughout each month, make regular entries of your actual expenditures in each expense category. At month- end, total the amounts and match these figures against your original estimates.
  6. Review and revise the budget to keep it useful and up to date.

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​Important note: These calculators are made available to you as tools for independent use and are not intended to provide investment advice. We cannot and do not guarantee their applicability or accuracy. All examples are hypothetical and are for illustrative purposes only. Please visit your branch to seek personalized advice from qualified professionals for all personal finance issues.