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FREE Savings Calculators

The free savings calculators aim to help you reach your savings goals.

How much do I need to save each pay? If you are planning to save for a holiday next year or a house deposit in five years - Use the Regular Savings Calculator to work out how much you need to put away on a regular basis to reach your target.

How long will it take to reach my savings goal? If you know how much you can afford to save monthly, fortnightly, or weekly - Use the Savings Period Calculator to work out how long it will take to reach your savings target.

How much savings will I have? You are saving something regularly - Use the Savings Results Calculator to work out how much you will have after 5 years, 10 years - as long as you like.

If you want them all, the Complete Savings Analysis Calculator lets you learn how effective different savings plans will be under a range of interest rates and periods.

Here is a screen shot that will give you a better idea that what you need to do and what the free savings calculators can tell you.

This calculator is built in Microsoft Excel worksheet. You need to have Microsoft Excel 2000-2010 and Microsoft Windows to use it. You may be able to use the calculator with other applications that can open and read XLS spreadsheets, but this has not been tested.

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Here are top 10 savings tips on money management to show you how to take control today.

1. Get to know your spending habits. Keep a diary or write down what you spend each day and multiply the amount by 365 days per year.

2. Create a budget. Start by working out roughly how much it normally costs for the basics, like rent, food, phone, loan repayments etc.

3. Understand the difference between your wants and needs. Think about the things you could live without.

4. Know how to spot the early signs of a problem. Be aware of any patterns you may have when it comes to shopping and ask yourself some tough questions.

5. Control your spending. If you struggle to contain your spending you'll be tempted to spend more than you earn and risk falling into unsustainable debt.

6. Pay yourself first. Set up a separate account and have this amount send to that account on payday. If you budget carefully you won't miss this money after a while.

7. Recognise emotional and irrational spending. It's important to realise if you're feeling a bit down, as trips to the shops can be a tempting way to cheer yourself up.

8. Anticipate the things that can go wrong in your everyday life. The car may break down or you might get sick. It's hard to prevent these things from happening but you can find ways to lessen their impact.

9. Pay your bills on time and develop a good "on time" payment record. This way if you run into trouble, but usually pay on time, it will be easier to talk to them if you miss a payment and need time to pay.

10. Build up a buffer or cushion fund. Start small and build up to at least a separate fund for three months worth of basic expenses.