We have created a UK Budget Calculation widget that works across any device or screen size - and now you can integrate it with just a few lines of code.

How it works

By copying a few lines of code, you will be able to add a budget calculator just like ours into your own website/blog.

Your visitors will be able to instantly calculate their financial position across a variety of topics - getting an overview of how the budget announcement personally affect them.

It's totally free to use, easy to integrate and we take care of:

  • hosting
  • updates
  • calculation algorithms for rates, allowances and other announcements
  • adapting to any screen size or device

The example below automatically adjusts to screen size (try resizing or changing device orientation).

Now, copy the code below and paste it into your website wherever you want the calculator to appear. That's it!
<iframe width="100%" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" allowtransparency="true" src="http://www.walleto.co.uk/w/get-widget/?budgetcalc=1&budgetyr=2017"></iframe> <script src="http://www.walleto.co.uk/w/get-widget/?resp_script=1"></script>

Disclaimer

The 2012 - 2017 Budget proposals and other tax changes are summarised here and available at the UKTaxCalculators.co.uk blog.

The proposals could change before coming into force. The calculator and any associated information are intended to provide a loose overview and therefore include assumptions and estimates. It should not be used as a foundation for checking liability to tax or when deciding investment strategies.

Although we have tried very hard to provide accurate and current figures, there is no guarantee that this information is accurate as of the date it is received or that it will continue to be accurate. You should not act upon such information without first taking professional advice and going through your circumstances in detail.

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