Personal loan calculator
Work out your repayments
Get a quick estimate of your repayments
Personal loan calculator
Get a quick estimate of what your repayments might be using Harmoney's personal loan calculator.
Disclaimer: This calculator provides an estimate only, and a comparison rate, based on the example information provided. Other fees, costs, government charges like stamp duty, and cost savings are not included in the comparison rate but may influence the cost of the loan. Limits, rates, fees, and repayments may differ on application, based on a borrower’s individual credit assessment — see Interest rates and fees for details. This is not an offer, and applications are subject to terms and conditions, approval and funding.
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What is my interest rate based on?
Your interest rate is based on many factors, but a key factor is called the probability of default, that is the risk of you not being able to pay back the loan. This is assessed on the following information that you have provided us:
- Credit history
- Financial behaviours
- Demographic profile
How is the cost of my loan calculated?
What do I have to repay?
You have to pay back the total amount borrowed, including the Establishment fee.
You must also pay interest on the full loan amount. Interest is calculated by multiplying the unpaid loan balance by the annual interest rate.
The annual interest rate is fixed and specified in the loan offer. It is also confirmed in the loan disclosure. Interest is charged monthly.
If you do not repay the amount due by the due date, you will also have to pay additional fees as outlined in the links below:
If you have chosen to include Payment Protect in your loan (NZ only) you must also pay the Payment Protect fee.
What will my loan repayments be?
The size of your repayments depends on how much money you want to borrow and the length of time you choose to pay your loan back. Harmoney’s default payment schedule is monthly, but you can make payments as often as you want, and pay as much as you want, as long as the monthly minimum is met.
When you get your quote (NZ only) or loan terms, you will be assigned an interest rate and a maximum loan amount you’re approved for. You’ll also see what your repayments will be for a 36 or 60 month loan term.
Paying your loan off early
If I pay my loan off early how much interest will I pay?
Interest on your loan is calculated daily and applied monthly.
If you were to repay your loan back earlier there would be no early repayment fees and you would only need to pay the interest up until that day you pay the loan off.
Types of personal loans
Personal loans can be used for pretty much anything, so long as it’s legal. These are some of our most popular loan purposes.
Multiple debts can be tricky and costly. Simplify with one simple to manage loan.
Focus on your studies with an education loan to suit your needs.
Money for your next car. Flexibility to buy from a yard or privately.
Cover costs for accommodation, flights, insurance, spending money, and more.
A loan to help you meet costs of medical procedures or other health related costs.
Green light your property improvement project and bring your vision to life.
Make your day one to remember and not one of compromises.
Money to help you invest and grow your business.
Choose from loan types across almost everything you could need.
Terms and conditions
1. Subject to approval and funding. Harmoney’s interest rates range from
2. Establishment fee of
3. To apply in New Zealand you need to be 18 years or older, be a Permanent resident or New Zealand citizen, be earning a stable income and have a valid New Zealand Passport or Drivers License.