Why listen to taxman when instead you can SPEAK to SalaryBot? Yes, you heard that right! SalaryBot is the ONLY salary calculator available on the Amazon Echo. You don’t need to ask the taxman – ask SalaryBot your take home pay by answering a few brief questions. Continue reading
A recent surge in development on SalaryBot has seen two new calculators released, both of which will prove useful to part-time earners.
SalaryBot Jobs has now arrived on iPhone, becoming the first major job search platform to advertise take home pay on job listings. The release marks the end of the launch phase, which has seen the application also introduced on web and Android platforms. Continue reading
SalaryBot is now updated for the 2015-2016 tax year on the web, iOS and Android apps. Customers of the premium salary calculator widget also get this update automatically. To use on the web, select 2015-16 from the tax year option. from April 6th, this will become the new default tax year.
Following a growing number of high profile hacking incidents, the decision has been made to force SalaryBot to work over HTTPS (commonly recognised by the green padlock displayed on your web browser). At the time of writing, SalaryBot is the only secure salary calculator on the web. Continue reading
With the new tax year just a month away, SalaryBot has now been upgraded to handle the 2014-2015 financial year. Increases in personal allowance (from £9,440 to £10,000) and a narrowing of the basic rate income tax band mean most salaries will be affected by the changes. Continue reading
With the new year upon us, it’s about time that SalaryBot received an upgrade. Three major features have now been added to SalaryBot’s arsenal; pensions contributions, a salary checker and a signup process for job email alerts. Continue reading
For those who work in the UK, paying tax is a legal requirement. Although for the 2013/2014 financial year there will be a tax free personal allowance of £9,440 (currently the figure stands at £8,105 for those under the age of 65), you must ensure that you’re paying the correct amount of tax. Continue reading