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Eight tools to save you money

The Money Advice Service has a whole host of tools and calculators to help you get the most from your money. We’ve rounded up the ones what could make a big difference to your finances.

Tools to get your finances in shape

Budget planner

Where does your money go each month? Work it out now with our list of items that will remind you of all your expenses.

Savings calculator

Are you saving for a future bill? A new TV or car? Or just to have a bit in the bank?

The calculator can help you understand how long it will take to save a specific amount, or how much you need to save to have enough by a particular date.

Quick cash finder

Use our Quick cash finder tool to discover how you could quickly find and save money by simply cutting back on some of your regular spending.

Money Health Check

Don't know where you stand with money? Take our free Money Health Check – you'll find out which areas to focus on and practical ways to improve your situation.

Tools to help you deal with debt

Debt test         

Learn how to get your debts under control. Take our test to work out and determine your level of debt and see how you can get back on track with your finances.

Debt locator

If you’re struggling with debt, it can be hard to know where to turn. But with lots of free advice services available across the UK, you can find help in a way that’s best for you.

Tools for when you’re thinking of borrowing money

Credit card calculator

Use this calculator to see how much a credit card will cost you or how quickly you can pay off your existing cards.

Loan Calculator

Use this calculator to see how much a loan will cost you or how quickly you can pay off your existing loans.

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  • Peter Maxwell-Lyte / 1 May 2016

    I wish you had a Net Income to Gross income calculator.
    Is it too late to add one now?