Try our Budget Planner

We designed this calculator to help you identify exactly how much you spend per week/month/year. If you can’t afford your existing debts, this calculator will identify that you are “Insolvent”. This is a legal term identifying that your expenses are more than your income.

Budget planner

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Disclaimer: This calculator is provided for information service only and does not constitute financial advice. None of the information provided takes into account your personal objectives, financial situation or needs. You must determine whether the information is appropriate in terms of your particular circumstances. For financial advice which takes account of your particular objectives, financial situation or needs, you should consider seeking independent financial advice before entering into bankruptcy, debt agreementsdebt consolidation loans, personal insolvency agreements, financial hardship or remaining with your current creditors.