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Latest April 2019 / 2020 budget figures
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areyoubetteroff.co salary calculator calculates take-home pay by deducting from your annual salary:
- UK Income Tax
- National Insurance
- Pension contributions
- Salary sacrifice
- Student Loan repayments (plan 1 & plan 2)
We use the latest 2018 / 2019 budget figures to calculate your daily, weekly, monthly or yearly take-home earnings.
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The take-home pay calculations
The areyoubetteroff.co UK salary calculator uses the latest 2019 / 2020 tax figures from HM Government Spring Budget on 29 October 2018 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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