SavvyWoman has teamed up with Money Advice Service and Charcol to bring you a host of easy-to-use Budgeting Tools. Please select from these options:

State Pension Age Calculator

Work out your state pension age, which is the earliest age at which you can draw your state pension.

NB Calculator does not include planned increase in state pension age to 67 by 2026 as it is not yet law.
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Provided by The Pensions Advisory Service


Budget Planner

Track your income and expenses and find out where your money goes.
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Provided by MoneyAdviceService.org.uk


Money Healthcheck

Find out if you're making the most of your money with this quick and easy to use financial health check
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Provided by MoneyAdviceService.org.uk


Credit Card Calculator

Work out how long it will take to pay off your credit card.
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Provided by MoneyAdviceService.org.uk


Savings Calculator

Find out how quickly your savings might grow or how much you need to save to reach your target.
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Provided by MoneyAdviceService.org.uk


Retirement Calculator

Use this calculator as a guide to how much you might need to save for your retirement income.
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Provided by The Pensions Advisory Service


Divorce & Separation Calculator

Get help with budgeting and working out how splitting your assets could affect you.
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Provided by MoneyAdviceService.org.uk


Mortgage Overpayment Calculator

Find out how overpaying your mortgage could save you money and reduce your mortgage term.
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Provided by mortgage brokers John Charcol


Borrow Amount Calculator

Get an indication of how much you might be able to borrow.
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Provided by mortgage brokers John Charcol


Loan Cost Calculator

Calculate how much you will have to pay each month for a particular mortgage.
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Provided by mortgage brokers John Charcol


 
The material provided on this website is general information that is intended for general guidance and is not suitable for professional advice.
You should always obtain independent financial advice.