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Budget Planner – Your Income and Expenditure

If you’re struggling to repay the companies you owe money to but want to get out of debt, it’s important you start with the basics and calculate your income against your outgoings.

By doing this you’ll be able to work out how much you can realistically afford to pay towards your debts each month.

If you want some help with this, our friendly team will complete a no-obligation financial review with you over the telephone. Simply call us on the number at the top of the page, or complete the form to the right of the page and we’ll call you back.

Alternatively, you can use the Baines & Ernst Income & Expenditure Form below…

Your monthly income

Simply work through the fields below to give you a clear picture of how much money you have coming into your household each month.

Income

Monthly Amount

Estimated income total

£0

Your monthly expenditure

Simply work through the fields below to give you a clear picture of how much money you have going out of your household each month.

Monthly Expenditure

Monthly Amount

Estimated expenditure total

£0

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