What the calculator does.
This online, free Rapid Debt Reduction Calculator will calculate how much time and money you could save by paying off your debts using the "rollover" method.
What is the rollover method? As each smaller debt is paid off, the freed-up payment amount is then applied to (rolled onto) the next larger debt, and so on until all debts are paid off.
As you will see once you've used the calculator, the rollover method can save you a ton of money in interest charges, and allow you to get out of debt sooner than you ever thought possible.
But before you use the rapid debt reduction calculator, please check out the Alert tab to make sure you are fully aware of the biggest reason most people fail to successfully execute their rollover payoff plans.
Note that if you prefer a more comprehensive rollover calculator, check out the Get Out of Debt Calculator instead.
Finally, once you finish using the rapid debt reduction calculator, be sure to jot down your freedom date and the total amount you will be applying to your debts. Then, visit the Debt to Financial Freedom Calculator to see how long it will take to become financially free using your freed-up payments.
With that I invite you to use the Rapid Debt Reduction Calculator to see how much time and interest you will save by paying off your debts using the rollover method.