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This calculator helps you get a good understanding of your financial position. It can be used as a personal budget planner or to help assess your debt position. CAB recognised report for debt statementsSOA Calculator
If you have several credit cards with outstanding balances or debts , then you can pay them off quicker and pay less interest if you snowball the paymentsSnowBall
Converts annual to monthly APR or monthly to annual APR. usful when comparing rates shown on credit card statementsAPR converter
Find out how long it will it take to pay off a credit card. Compare minimum payments or fixed payment amounts. Or see how moving to a lower APR may reduce your monthly outgoingsRepayment Calc
When you transfer your balance to a new credit card this calculator will help you see how much you will save. It caters for 0% deals with fees as wellBalance Transfer Calc
The cashback calculator displays your expected annual profit from using cashback credit cards by storing the money you would have paid for something in a savings accountCashback Calculator
Work out how much you could earn if you Stooz your credit card debt by transferring it to a savings account and earning interest while its 0% on interestStoozing Calculator
If you want to shop and transfer a balance from another card then a card that has a matching length of time for both is idealPurchases Calc
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Stoozing is a way of making money using introductory 0% balance transfer offers on credit cards. The borrowed money is moved into a savings account where it earns interest. At the end of the 0% offer period, the credit card is paid off and the stoozer retains the interest as stoozing profit.
Before embarking on Stoozing it is important that you understand the potential risks and to recognise that it is not suitable for everyone. You should make your own assessment before deciding to proceed. Speak to a qualified finacial advisor first.