Helping our users to manage their finances more effectively is a key objective for
entitledto and we want to ensure that our users are fully supported to manage their
income and finances.
With Universal Credit payments being paid as one lump sum and housing costs
being paid direct to claimants, budgeting skills and making good financial choices will
become increasingly essential.
We want to ensure that organisations can address these challenges and have the
tools to support those in financial need, particularly before Universal Credit is fully
Budgeting and financial management is not always an exciting topic, but it is an
essential activity. For various reasons budget planners can be notoriously tedious
and time-consuming and it’s hard to keep people focused on the sums or engaged to
complete the exercise effectively.
We know there are other budgeting tools out there, but we are really pleased with
our offer. Why? Because it’s quicker, easier to use and you can get results in
We want to ensure that both the adviser and the user experience is a good one,
which is why we have created a simple, holistic solution. Use our budgeting tool with
our calculator taking you seamlessly, from benefits, to in work ‘better off’
calculations, to budgeting.
Its fast, it’s simple and its customisable pages mean that organisations can develop
their own tailored support, advice or triage solutions. Advisers can save, track and
manage multiple budgets and reports can be generated to analyse patterns and
Subscribe to our budgeting tool as a standalone product or integrate it with our range
- A quick & comprehensive budget all on one page
- Adjustable to suit weekly or monthly spending
- Promote your services or signpost with customised content
- Analyse pattern & trends and track budget outcomes across the organisation
- Branded to match your corporate style
- Integration with the benefit calculator for a one-stop financial planner