Help using the calculator
The tax year that you wish to use in your calculation. Remember that this starts on April 6th, and finishes on April 5th of the following year.
As standard, you have a personal allowance (income which will not be taxed). Particular circumstances may permit further allowances, whilst others may see your allowance reduced.
If you have taken out a student loan, tick this box. The calculator will check whether or not you are eligible to start repayment.
If you pay into a pension, enter the percentage here. This is an employer contracted out pension - which is the most common type of pension for employees.
Based on your age, you may be able to receive additional allowances, and even negate the need to pay National Insurance. We'll also check that you're earning at least the minimum wage for your age group.
Hours per day
By default this is 7.5 hours - a regular full time working day. If this doesn't suit your circumstances, change this figure to match your contracted hours per day.
Days per week
By default this is 5 days - a regular full time working week. If this doesn't suit your circumstances, change this figure to match your contracted days per week.
To understand how people use this site, please let us know if this is your current salary, or if you're just having a play with the tool. Don't worry, any data is completely anonymous.
This is your initial salary before any tax is deducted from it. Calculations are based on the data you provide, and assumes you work every week.