Family Budget Planner

exPenses tOtAl:

net inCOMe (inCOMe - exPenses)

Category

Budget

Difference

Actual

1

-

INCOME

Primary salary (after tax, student loan, NI*)

Spouse’s salary (after tax, student loan, NI*)

Rent or board received

Pension received

Part time job/s

Income support or jobseekers allowance

Incapacity benefit/ ESA*

DLA/Personal Independence Payment (PIP)

Working tax credit

Child benefit/maintenance (GOV*)

Child tax credit

Child support (Ex-spouse)

Spousal maintenance

Bonuses

Other income

Income Total

2

+

OutgOings | HOusing & HOuseHOld

3

+

OutgOings | miscellaneous

4

+

OutgOings | FAMily

5

+

OutgOings | enteRtAinMent & liFestyle

Category

Budget

Difference

Actual

6

+

OutgOings | PeRsOnAl

7

+

OutgOings | HeAltH & MediCAl

8

+

OutgOings | utilities

9

+

OutgOings | tRAnsPORt

10

+

OutgOings | deBt PAyMents

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Glossary


*NI – National Insurance
*ESA- Employment and Support Allowance
*GOV- Government
*CCJs – County Court Judgement
*MOT- Ministry of Transport

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