|The Tax calculator below will estimate the amount of tax, national insurance and student loan payments (if applicable) that you should pay based on the income figures that you provide in the salary box. The calculator will breakdown how much of your salary is within the 20%, 40% and 50% tax bracket. The calculator will also calculate the amount of tax that you should pay on your salary on a annual, monthly, weekly and daily basis. If you have any questions on how to use the calculator, please leave them in the comment section below :|
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Tax Calculator Instructions
Your Yearly Salary– This is the amount that you earn within each tax year (6th April until 5th April the following year)
Select Your Age– Select one of the three options from the drop down box
Student Loan– If you went to university you may have applied for a student loan. If you are paying a student loan back to the student loan company then check this box and the calculator will include this deduction in your calculation.
Are you Blind?– If you are blind you are given extra allowances, check this box if you are.
Do you Not pay NI? – Most people pay national insurance but some people are exempt. Check this box if you know that you do not pay National insurance.
Other Allowances: - Do you receive any other allowances, such as for a company car? If so input these allowances here.
Tax Code (optional) – If you know your tax code you can enter it here.