Budget Planner

What is the budget planner?

An online tool that will analyse your finances and help you manage your money

What are its uses?

The budget planner can be used

What information do I need to start my budget plan?

All sources of income, these should include salary, wages, benefits, tax credits, pensions, child maintenance, non-dependent contributions etc

All expenditure details including, mortgage, rent, council tax, food, housekeeping, utilities, travel, motoring costs, clothing, telephone, maintenace, pets, haircuts, leisure

How do I use the budget planner?

Just put your income sources and expenditure figures in the appropriate boxes and the planner will calculate the rest for you

Click on the down the left hand side where necessary for further information or click on the to expand a section.


Calculate monthly amounts:

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(Weekly wage x 52) 12 = monthly amount
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Yearly wage 12 = monthly amount
Monthly amount:

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3) Disposable Income / Savings

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All boxes should have a number in them, please check that none of them contain letters or other symbols before you continue.