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When everyone has a home

Housing advice for Northern Ireland

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It's important to plan your future if you're going to be made redundant. Start planning how to deal with your redundancy by using this tool from the Money Advice Service.

When you go to a mortgage broker, they'll work out how much you can afford to borrow based on your household earnings. But, it's important to take your overall budget into consideration too.

If you're looking for a new home, it's important to be realistic about what you can afford to pay back. This Mortgage Calculator from the Money Advice Service will help you work out how much your mortgage payments will be each month.

Use the Savings Calculator from the Money Advice Service to help you plan your service. The calculator can help you figure out how long it will take you to reach your savings goal or how much you'll save over time if you set aside a fixed amount of money every month.

Find out how much money you'll have when you retire using this calculator from the Money Advice Service

It's important to plan your future if you're going to be made redundant. Start planning how to deal with your redundancy by using this tool from the Money Advice Service.

Having a baby is exciting and expensive. This calculator from the Money Advice Service will help you work out how much your little one is going to cost in his or her first year.

When you're preparing a budget or checking your income and expenditure, you need to make sure that your calculations are correct. It can be difficult converting a weekly payment into a monthly payment and vice versa and it's easy to make mistakes when you're doing this.

Use the Loan Calculator from the Money Advice Service to work out how long it will take you to pay off your loan, based on your current monthly payments. If the loan is secured on your home, you could end up losing the property if you fall behind on your repayments. If you're having money problems, it's best to get some free, independent advice from a charity before you take on any further debt.

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