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Debt Calculator

Our Debt Calculator is designed to give you a quick and easy guide into your financial situation

Are you worried about repaying loans, credit cards, mortgage payments and bills? Or what you can afford to pay back to them monthly? Our Debt Calculator is here to help.

Minimum monthly payment (approx): £
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This figure assumes that your minimum payments on your debt are around 3% of the total debt.

Affordable monthly payment: £
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Your monthly debt payments look like they are below 15% of your monthly take home pay, which is generally considered to be is an affordable sum to pay to your creditors. These figures should only be used as a guide and are estimates based on the information you provided. To get an accurate picture of your finances, we recommend you click "submit" to get a better picture of your current circumstances. We also have a full debt calculator with accurate figures on your debt, payments and monthly income and expenditure.

Your monthly debt payments look like they are between 15-25% of your monthly take home pay, which means you are approaching unaffordable debts levels (especially if your income drops or prices continue to rise). These figures should only be used as a guide and are estimates based on the information you provided. To get an accurate picture of your finances, we recommend you click "submit" to get a better picture of your current circumstances. We also have a full debt calculator with accurate figures on your debt, payments and monthly income and expenditure.

Your monthly debt payments look like they are over 25% of your monthly take home pay, which means you have unaffordable debts levels that leave you with insufficient money to live on (especially if your income drops or prices continue to rise). These figures should only be used as a guide and are estimates based on the information you provided. To get an accurate picture of your finances, we recommend you click "submit" to get a better picture of your current circumstances. We also have a full debt calculator with accurate figures on your debt, payments and monthly income and expenditure.

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