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In addition, Velocity Banking calculates how fast your money circulates to make up for lost interest over time-saving on average $1,000 per year!
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An Informed Investor Is A Smarter Investor
Knowledge is power, especially as it relates to finances. Greater Foundations provides a variety of financial tools and calculators for investors and consumers.
Debt Payoff Calculator
Our Debt Payoff Calculator allows users to input multiple accounts to get a better understanding of how they can reduce and pay off debts the fastest.
Our Retirement Calculator is helpful for people of all ages to forecast and make plans to assure a financially-secure and comfortable retirement.
Our Dynamic Banking Calculator helps users envision how quickly they can eliminate debt using an aggressive, dynamic payoff schedule.
Our Amortization Calculator helps users get a better understanding of the payment terms on any type of interest bearing loan product.
“The Dynamic Banking calculator was just what I needed to get my financial affairs in order. Thanks for providing this invaluable tool.”
“It’s never too early to plan for retirement! The Retirement Calculator at Greater Foundations is very helpful to forecast my accounts.”
“Thanks Greater Foundations! I’m using the ‘debt snowball’ ‘ method to pay off my lowest balances first. Now I have a financial plan.”