Calculators

We've provided a selection of useful calculators below.  Please note that whilst the calculators are accurate, they perform generic calculations that do not take into account your individual circumstances. They should be used as a guide only and not relied upon.

Please also note we do not store or see any of the information you input to these calculators.


Use this handy tool to look at your income and expenditure and help you set a budget.
Estimate your Income Tax liability, using our online calculator.
Assess the impact of inflation on your savings over any term.
Our online IHT calculator will help you calculate any potential IHT liability.
Use this handy calculator to estimate how an investment or savings plan might perform.
Calculate your loan repayments on a given loan amount for a specified interest rate.
Estimate the size of mortgage which may be available to you.
Calculate your mortgage repayments on a given mortgage amount for a specified interest rate.
Use this calculator to determine if there might be a shortfall in your pension fund when you retire.

Personal Finance

New European Union rules to make the cost of stock and bond research more transparent are saving millions of pounds for investors and have not materially cut coverage of smaller firms, Britain's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said on Thursday.
The Bank of England said Brexit uncertainty and slower world economic growth were increasingly causing Britain's economy to perform below its potential, and that a failure to reach a deal to leave the European Union by Oct. 31 would worsen the problem.
Consumer prices in Britain rose last month at the slowest rate since December 2016, a pre-Brexit boost to the spending power of households who are also seeing the fastest wage growth in 11 years.
A growing number of consumers are over-indebted and ill-equipped to cope with an economic shock, Britain's largest debt charity, StepChange, has warned after a record number of calls to its national helpline in the first half of this year.
If Britain falls into recession soon, perhaps after a no-deal Brexit, it might prove to be a lengthy one because the country's financially stretched households are unlikely to be able to lead a recovery.