Welcome to the Salary Calculator - UK
New! Updated for April 2021!
The Salary Calculator has been updated with the latest tax rates which take effect from April 2021. Try out the take-home calculator, choose the 2021/22 tax year, and see how it affects your take-home pay.
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Perhaps you're thinking of applying for a job, or a promotion, and you want to know what difference the change in pay will make to you. Maybe you want to know what salary will support your intended lifestyle. The tax calculator will help you see how the government's deductions impact what you get to take home. Even if you're considering different mortgages, we can give you something to think about.
The Salary Calculator is designed to help you get a hold of your finances. Use the tools listed below to help you plan for the future, or possibly just dream about what could be...
Trying to work out what that annual gross salary actually means? Let The Take-Home Calculator tell you what it's worth on a monthly, weekly or daily basis - our tax calculator also considers NI, student loan and pension contributions. Discover what a difference a few hours overtime will make.
Don't know what your salary is, just the hourly rate? Let The Hourly Wage Calculator do all the sums for you - after the tax calculations, see the annual pay, and the monthly, weekly or daily take-home. Discover what a difference a few hours overtime will make.
Are you taking some time off on reduced (or no) pay? Use The Maternity and Sick Pay Calculator to estimate what effect it will have on your take-home pay.
Want to work it backwards? Wondering what salary will support the lifestyle you desire? Provide the monthly take-home you want, and let The Required Salary Calculator's reverse tax calculator do the rest.
What would happen to your take-home pay if you were to have a second job? How much extra tax would you pay? Use the Two Jobs Calculator to find out.
Changing the hours you work, or looking at a job that has the salary worked out pro-rata? Use the pro-rata tax calculator to see the new salary and what that means for your tax, National Insurance and student loan.
Thinking of changing jobs, or going for a promotion? Compare two salaries side-by-side to see how the difference in take home pay breaks down.
Looking at buying a house? Switching mortgages? Let The Mortgage Repayment Calculator tell you what a difference those interest rates make.
Do you have lots of debts mounting up? The Debt Consolidation Calculator can help you see if you could be better off with all those debts in one loan.
Please note that while every effort is made to ensure that the information provided by The Salary Calculator is correct, it is not infallible. You are asked to remember that The Salary Calculator provides you with estimates, not advice, and that the owners of The Salary Calculator will not be held responsible for financial decisions made based on information provided by this website.