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For illustration only we have a selection of useful calculators from external sources. We hope you find them useful but remember that the figures should not be used for making any financial decisions.
Please note we do not store or see any of the information you input to these calculators.
Find out how much your monthly mortgage payments could be. This can help you work out how much you could afford to borrow. The figures are only a guide to what you might pay. Contact an adviser today for the latest rates on the mortgage market.
To help you plan your property purchase please use this external calculator. Lympstone Financial are always standing by to help should you need us.
This tool will help you estimate how much you can afford to borrow to buy a home. It’ll work it out by looking at your income and your outgoings. Mortgage lenders will look at these figures very closely to work out how much they’ll offer you. For a more accurate analysis, please contact an adviser today we know which lenders may be able to offer you more affordability based on your current circumstances.
The government has taken a strong stance to bolster the economy and support public services during the COVID-19 outbreak. How will the Autumn Budget 2020 continue to deliver the Government’s promises to the British people along the Brexit campaign trail whilst maintaining its target to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050? Find out what the Budget will mean for you within this macroeconomic context.
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Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is a conduct regulator for financial services firms and financial markets in the UK. The FCA’s strategic objective is to ensure that relevant markets function well, with additional operational objectives to protect consumers, protect financial markets, and to promote competition.
Money Advice Service
The Money Advice Service offers free and impartial advice on financial issues especially for those in difficulty.
Financial Ombudsman Service
The Financial Ombudsman Service was set up by Parliament to sort out complaints between financial businesses and their customers. Their central values are focused on fairness and there is separate guidance for both customers and businesses that want to make a complaint.