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Income

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Income from Employment:PAYE earnings (enter amount after tax and National Insurance)Freelance and self-employed earnings (enter amount before tax) ………………………..

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Income from savings and investments:Income taxed at source — such as building society, bank and company dividends (enter amount after tax)Income not taxed at source — such as National Savings (enter amount before tax) ………………………..

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Any other income:Child benefit and other state benefits, alimony or child maintenance paymentsIncome from investment property ………………………..

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Total income: £………………………

Expenditure

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Essentials:FoodMortgage/Rent

Local taxes

Water rates

Electricity

Gas

Other fuels

Telephone

Tax and National Insurance to pay on earnings and investment income not already taxed

Pension contributions

House maintenance

Buildings and house contents insurance

Travelling to work

Child care

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Total essential expenditure: £………………………
Non-essentials:HolidaysDrink and cigarettes

Entertaining and meals out

Presents

Car maintenance

Car insurance and road tax

Petrol

Travel not already allowed for

School fees

Home improvements

Housekeeping

Professional fees

Trade union dues or professional subscriptions

Life insurance

Savings plans

Other investments

Clothes

Newspapers, books and periodicals

TV/video rental and licence

Hobbies

Loan repayments

Bank and credit card interest

Children’s pocket money

Your own pocket money

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Total non-essential expenditure: £………………………
Total expenditure: £………………………
Excess (or otherwise) of income over expenditure: £………………………

07. June 2017 by admin
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