Calculate your salary after tax. Trusted by over 1 million UK users every year.
SalaryBot has simplified the process of calculating your salary after tax since 2012. Enter your gross salary and circumstances, and SalaryBot breaks the figures down into easy digestible chunks.
To understand how SalaryBot functions, let's take a look at an example.
Louise, 24, works as a marketing executive at a local agency. Her gross salary is £26,000. Louise also repays a student loan.
Louise's salary after tax
Based on the 2018/19 tax year, Louise has a personal allowance of £11,850.
Louise will pay basic rate tax (20%) on her taxable income (gross salary - personal allowance) of £14,150, which works out as £2,830 income tax.
Further deducting a plan 2 student loan of £90 and national insurance of £2,109.12, Louise will be left with a salary of £20,970.88 after tax.
Your salary after tax
Often when you don't have a payslip to hand, using a tool like SalaryBot can be really convenient. It's also a great way to find out the salary after tax of a new job or promotion, so don't forget to bookmark it for later!
Use SalaryBot's salary calculator to work out tax, deductions and allowances on your wage. The results are broken down into yearly, monthly, weekly, daily and hourly wages.
To accurately calculate your salary after tax, enter your gross wage (your salary before any tax or deductions are applied) and select any conditions which may apply to yourself.
SalaryBot will automatically check to see if you're being paid the minimum wage for your age group.