Identity theft is one
of the fastest growing crimes in the US today.
Identity thieves have developed a number of ways
to get your information - from the theft of your
purse to more elaborate internet-based scams. Once
they have your social security number, thieves can
establish credit in your name & incur hundreds or
even thousands of dollars in credit charges or
fraudulent loans. You may be unaware of these
charges until a collector seeks payment for the
bill you knew nothing about. Or you could be
denied a loan due to your credit report showing
defaults that were not yours.
You may not be able to
guard against all ways identity thieves can steal
your identity, but you can arm yourself with
protection that gives you the resources you need
to restore your good name and financial history in
the event of identity theft. Adding identity
theft to your homeowners policy is easy &
relatively inexpensive. Contact your insurance
agent today for details.
Compound Interest Calculator
this estimator can do for you:
With this calculator you can get an idea of how much interest you will
pay for a loan.
Principal : This is the total amount of the loan before interest.
Years: Number of years you will make payments.
Disclaimer Statement: This estimator is not guaranteed to be
completely accurate due to rounding and other costs that may be associated
with a loan, but it will give you fairly reliable numbers. The fees charged
may affect rates or require additional fees.
How to use the form
Required Information : Enter the PRINCIPAL of the loan the interest
RATE, and number of YEARS you will make payments. The form calculates
all other values when the cursor position is moved to another field.
To avoid error messages or misleading results DO NOT include ","
"%" or "$" characters. After entering a new value,
use the TAB key to move the cursor to the next field, or click on the
UPDATE button. This will tell the calculator that you are ready to recalculate
all values for the report. When you change a value, the calculator will
perform the calculations and return to the text box containing the new
value. You may enter another new value or TAB to the next field.