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INCOME
Salary per day (gross) £0.00
Bonus £0.00
DEDUCTIONS
Pension contributions
Salary Sacrifice £0.00
Income Tax
National Insurance £0.00
Student Loan repayments £0.00
You will take home per day
INCOME
Salary per week (gross) £0.00
Bonus £0.00
DEDUCTIONS
Pension contributions
Salary Sacrifice £0.00
Income Tax
National Insurance £0.00
Student Loan repayments £0.00
You will take home per week
INCOME
Salary per year (gross) £0.00
Bonus £0.00
DEDUCTIONS
Pension contributions
Salary Sacrifice £0.00
Income Tax
National Insurance £0.00
Student Loan repayments £0.00
You will take home per year
INCOME
Salary per month (gross) £0.00
Bonus £0.00
DEDUCTIONS
Pension contributions £0.00
Salary Sacrifice £0.00
Income Tax £0.00
National Insurance £0.00
Student Loan repayments £0.00
You will take home per month £0.00

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The take-home pay calculations

areyoubetteroff.co UK salary calculator uses the latest 2017/18 tax figures from HM Government Spring Budget on 8 March 2017 and is based exclusively on the most common tax code 1150L.

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