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Ready To Occupy Test



Current Benefits:

Can you provide a breakdown of your weekly expenses:

Category Amount (£) Per Week Category Amount (£) Per Week
Total Weekly Income   *Total Weekly Outgoings   Surplus per week.
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Tenancy Ready Health Check

Looking after your budget:

In a new tenancy it's important to know exactly how much money you have coming in (income) and how much money you have going out (spending). This is budgeting and it's a key skill in sustaining your tenancy.

  • Rent payments/savings deposit scheme payments (if applicable)
  • Rates (if applicable)
  • Gas/Oil/Solid Fuel
  • Electricity
  • TV Licence
  • Home Contents Insurance
You will be provided you with information on local utility contacts. It's up to you how often you make your payments for these things, whether it's weekly, fortnightly or monthly, but it’s best to link them to when your money comes in, so that you can calculate how much you have left for other essentials like food, clothing and travel.
You will be provided with an agreed affordable payments schedule to make your payments towards your rent and deposit and this can be using a payment card, in outlets which provide this function. Most other utility providers will also offer this method of payment for your bills. If you need assistance in applying for payment cards we can arrange this for you.
A basic bank account is a service from a bank or building society, which lets you pay money in, get cash out and pay bills via direct debit and standing order. It doesn't let you spend more than you have in your account, so there is no risk of going overdrawn and running up overdraft charges. If you need assistance with opening a basic bank account we can arrange this for you.
N.B. Your shortfall should not be more than 30% of your income All answers & information I have given on this form are true to the best of my knowledge.
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