Budget calculator

This handy tool figures out where your money goes and how much you should have left over, for a simple and complete picture of your financial situation.


Category Weekly Fortnightly Monthly Annually
Income details $0 $0 $0 $0
Living Expenses $0 $0 $0 $0
Insurance / Superannuation $0 $0 $0 $0
Loans, Credit Card and Store accounts $0 $0 $0 $0
Motor Vehicle / Transport $0 $0 $0 $0
Leisure / Entertainment $0 $0 $0 $0
Taxes Fees and charges $0 $0 $0 $0
Total income $0 $0 $0 $0
Total expenses $0 $0 $0 $0
Surplus $0 $0 $0 $0

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Make the most of Mozo's free budget planner

Do you feel like trying to get your financing into some sort of order is like trying to herd cats? That you never seem to have any money a few days before your next pay check? If this sounds like you, it's time for you to sit down and get them in order. The first step in organising your finances is to assess where you currently stand and make a budget plan to move forward. Mozo has a free budget planner to help you get started.

The money budget planner

The budget planner template is easy to follow much easily than an Excel file! You simply put in the numbers it asks of you and double check that the payment frequency is correct. The budget calculator will take the data you've provided and let you know how much you have remaining or how much you're overspending by! If that's the case you can then adjust the amounts in the online budget planner to see where you could trim back to make sure you're not over spending. As this is a fully printable budget planner, you can print it off and pin it to your fridge or tuck it in your diary to remind you of the areas you need to cut back on. You can use this free budget spreadsheet as your personal or household budget planner simply add in your partner's financial information to give you an idea of how your household finances are holding up.

Life after budgeting: borrowing and saving

This calculator is free from the Mozo website, just like our other services. Once you've used to the budget planner worksheet, you'll have a better idea of your financial standing. If you're in debt, you can use our personal loan comparison service to see which is the best bank to help you get out of debt sooner. If you're slightly ahead of the game, you could start saving take a look at the saving accounts and interest rates provided by Australian banks and credit unions. All this information is presented in an easy to understand manner, so you can choice the best savings provider.

The rewards getting your finance in check

Once you've used the personal budget planner, you'll feel more on top of your finances and more confident in making decisions. You can start planning for future expenses, like a new car or a holiday, without the need for a personal loan with high interest. Don't delay get ahead with your budget planning today and have the things you want in the future!