Whether you’re curious about what your regular savings will add up to over time, or you have a specific target you’re aiming for, this simple calculator can help.
Get a rough estimate of what your savings could grow into if you invest with a tax-free ISA.
If any of your investments pay out regularly in dividends you may have to count it as income and pay tax. Find out what the cost will be here.
Figuring out what you’ll actually pay for your investments can be bloody hard, with some providers being as transparent as a brick wall. But there is hope. Check out our free Investment Fees Calculator to compare both prices and customer ratings of popular investment and pension providers. You can get basic results in moments or go into detail with the advanced settings - here's how it works.
Whether you use a combination of pensions or think of your business and home as your retirement pot, this interactive tool will walk you step-by-step through everything you need to know and do.
Unless you’ve opted out, you should be paying into a pension through work and your employer should be topping it up. Here’s what that should look like based on your salary.
Did you know that if you have any pension allowance left over from previous years you can carry it forward to this year? That means you could save up to £160,000 this year and still get tax relief. Work it out quickly here.
If you’ve reached the ripe age of 55 and are ready to pluck some of your pension, you can typically take 25% as a tax-free lump sum. Here’s how that could look for you, and whether it’s worth it.
Is it worth taking your pension payments straight away or should you wait a few years? Here you can weigh up the costs and benefits to make an informed decision.
Get an indication of how much money you should set aside to pay your taxes. Chuck in your income and the value of any lump sums, then click a button and hey presto.
Almost every council across the nation has upped the price of living there this year. But by how much? Simply pop your post code into this handy tool from Which? and get an answer lickety-split.
It’s easy to forget about National Insurance. Either it comes out of your pay packet automatically or it’s another thing to remember at self-assessment time. Keep on top of things with this calculator.
Will you have to pay inheritance tax on the stuff you leave behind? Input your savings, properties and debts to find out.
Find out how inflation affects the buying power of your savings, and how much growth you need to make sure you aren’t losing out.
Get a snapshot of all your annual income and expenses to plan ahead and check you’re on track to stay in the black.
Can’t find what you need?
Money Advice Service have a shed load of calculators for mortgages, debts, loans, credit cards and more. You can find them on their calculators and tools page.
That’s all from us for now. Time to top up that wine glass, I reckon. Happy planning!
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