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Budget Calculator

How to use this tool
  1. Enter the dollar amounts in the Input fields.
  2. Select the time Period from the drop down boxes.
  3. If you have Savings and Investments (e.g. RRSPs, Canada Savings Bonds, etc.) deducted from your pay and you wish to show them here as part of your Savings and Investments, add the amount of that deduction to your Take-home pay below.
  4. Review the Summary information below.
  5. You will be able to export your budget information to Microsoft Excel or as a PDF file once you have finished all the steps.

Note: Figures in the percentage column will be rounded to the nearest 0.1% and so may not total exactly 100%. If an asterisk (*) appears on any line in the percentage column, it means the annual amount is less than 0.1% of your Net Income.

Category
Input
Period
Annual total
Percent
Income
Net income (after taxes and deductions)
Total net income
$0.00
0.0%
$
$0.00
0.0%
$
$0.00
0.0%
$
$0.00
0.0%
$
$0.00
0.0%
$
$0.00
0.0%
$
$0.00
0.0%
$
$0.00
0.0%
$
$0.00
0.0%
$
$0.00
0.0%
$
$0.00
0.0%
$
$0.00
0.0%
$
$0.00
0.0%
Minus
Income
$0.00
My pay
$0.00
Partner’s pay
$0.00
Business
$0.00
Investments
$0.00
Rental
$0.00
Retirement
$0.00
Child support
$0.00
Social assistance
$0.00
Loan rec’d
$0.00
UCCB
$0.00
Allowance
$0.00
other
$0.00
Plus
$0.00
Regular
$0.00
Emergency
$0.00
TFSA
$0.00
RRSP
$0.00
RESP
$0.00
Investments
$0.00
Other
$0.00
Minus
Spending
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
Balance
$0.00

Budget bar chart
Budget
Category Amount
Income $0.00
Savings $0.00
Spending $0.00
Balance $0.00
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