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Work out your take home pay with our online salary calculator

Our online income tax calculator will help you work out your take home (net) pay based on your salary and tax code. Find out how much money you will actually receive based on your weekly, monthly, or annual wages.

Use the online salary tool to see how a change of income will affect how much money you take home. You will also be able to see how much tax and employee’s National Insurance you will pay to HMRC.


Calculate the cost of hiring someone

If you are an employer, use our online salary calculator to see exactly how much an employee will cost based on their salary. It will show you what contributions you will need to pay for Employers National Insurance, and the total employer cost.

The online calculator is a straightforward ready reckoner, that doesn’t take into account other deductions which might apply. Student Loan repayments and pension contributions can both alter the amount you take home, or what you have to pay as an employer.

For more specific guidance, check out our Payroll services.

You might also be interested in our online Holiday Entitlement Calculator.


Note: This calculator is only accurate for employees. Director's pay can differ due to the way it is calculated

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