A number of easy to use calculators, these will help you to check and plan your finances.

    > Capital gains tax

    Check your initial liability to capital gains tax - then discuss with us your options for reducing this tax liability.

    > Business start-up

    Thinking of going into business? Do you have enough finance? Use this calculator to estimate your business start up costs.

    > Car benefit

    What is the cost of your company car including the car benefit, and, if applicable, the car fuel benefit? Also, find out the cost of your van benefit.

    > Corporation tax

    Take an approximate look at your company’s forthcoming liability to corporation tax.

    > Unincorporated profits

    Take an approximate look at your likely liability to tax on your business profit or your share of partnership profit.

    > Loan cost

    How much interest will you pay on a loan? Use this calculator to look at the impact of different interest rates over varying time periods.

    > Millionaire

    This calculator gives you the opportunity to calculate when your savings will be worth a million.

    > Payslip

    Are you paying the correct amount of PAYE? Check you are having the correct amount of tax deducted from your income.

    > Property taxes

    How much tax will you have to pay when you buy property?

    > Savings

    Find out how much you will accumulate if you save regularly? How much will those savings be worth taking the effect of inflation into account?

    > VAT

    Calculate the VAT to be paid where VAT is included in the amount entered at the standard rate of 20%.

    > Inheritance tax

    How much inheritance tax might your estate be liable to on the occasion of your death? Good tax planning can reduce this liability.

    > Break even

    Will you breakeven? This calculator will provide the sales figure you need in order to break even, i.e. obtain a net profit figure of zero.

    > Gross profit

    What is your gross profit? Calculate your gross profit using sales/cost of sales or gross profit per cent to sales.

    > Fuel cost

    Calculate your fuel expenditure over a year.