Calculators

We've provided a selection of useful calculators below.  Please note that whilst the calculators are accurate, they perform generic calculations that do not take into account your individual circumstances. They should be used as a guide only and not relied upon.

Please also note we do not store or see any of the information you input to these calculators.


Income

Take Home Pay (£)

Pension (£)

Interest/Investment income (£)

Benefits (£)

Child maintenance (£)

Other (£)

Total Income (Monthly) (£)

Expenditure - Household

Food Shopping (£)

Mortgage/Rent (£)

Council tax (£)

Electricity/Gas/Water (£)

Phone/Mobile/Internet (£)

Other (£)

Total on Household (Monthly) (£)

Expenditure - Savings and Debts

Loan/Credit card repayments (£)

Pension (£)

Savings/Investments (£)

Life/Other insurance (£)

Other (£)

Total on Savings & Debts (Monthly) (£)

Expenditure - Leisure

Going out (£)

Alcohol/Cigarettes (£)

TV licence/Satellite etc (£)

Holidays (£)

Other (£)

Total on Leisure (Monthly) (£)

Expenditure - Children

Childcare (£)

Child maintenance (£)

Other(£)

Total on Children (Monthly) (£)

Expenditure - Travel

Bus/Rail Costs (£)

Car (fuel, insurance etc) (£)

Other (£)

Total on Travel (Monthly) (£)

Monthly Breakdown

This is a simple calculator to assist you in assessing your income and expenditure which only uses the information you input.

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Personal Finance

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