Tools and calculators
Here you'll find all of the tools and calculators available to help you gain financial happiness
Use this calculator to help you work out how much you may need to save and spend to be prepared for the new arrival.
You can use this calculator to see where your money goes or to write a budget.
Use this tool to get a list of free online and telephone-based debt advice. You can also enter your postcode and find free face-to-face debt advice in your local area.
You can use this calculator to find out what your monthly repayment might be based on the amount you want to borrow and the deposit you have available.
You can use this calculator to give you a rough idea of the amount you might be able to borrow.
You can use this calculator if you want to start some regular savings.
Use our quick tool to see where your money goes and where you could make small changes to free up a bit of extra cash.
Use our tool to think about what your expenses in retirement might be, and how much they could add up to.
Use our retirement planning tool to experiment with the income you could achieve in retirement.
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