Get a spot on snapshot of your take home pay with the new UK salary calculator
Latest 2017/18 Tax figures
Do you know what your take home salary is?
Use our fast and easy brand new online salary calculator to find out now.
Our salary calculator can deduct:
- Income Tax
- National Insurance
- Pension Contributions
- Salary sacrifice
- Student Loan repayments
from your gross salary to give you a spot on snapshot of your take home pay.
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How we calculate your take home salary
The areyoubetteroff.co UK Salary calculator is updated the latest 2017/18 Tax year figures from HM Government Spring Budget on 8 March 2017 and is based exclusively on the most common tax code 1150L.
Due to the complexity of both taxation and salaries if you have a different tax code please consult with a specialist or your employer to calculate how much your monthly take salary will be.
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