Take Home Salary Calculator

Use our free online take-home salary calculator to estimate your monthly take-home salary. 
Take home after tax
YearlyMonthlyWeeklyDaily
Salary£0.00£0.00£0.00£0.00
Income Tax£0.00£0.00£0.00£0.00
Employee NI£0.00£0.00£0.00£0.00
Net Liability£0.00£0.00£0.00£0.00
Take-home£0.00£0.00£0.00£0.00
How does this calculator work?
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    Enter your annual gross salary including other benefits like overtime or bonus. 

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    Our calculator will compute your yearly, monthly, weekly and daily take-home pay.

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    The calculator assumes that you are eligible to claim Personal allowance and it is not claimed as part of your second job or elsewhere. 

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Yes, you can claim tax relief for additional costs you incurred while working from home.

  • - £6 a week from - no need to keep evidence
  • - Actual costs above £6 per week- supporting evidence needed

The following are the only times when you must file a self-assessment tax return:

  • - When your annual pre-tax income exceeds £100,000
  • - When you have additional sources of income (typically greater than £1,000)
  • - Or if you're applying for a tax refund
  • - You have taxable foreign income
  • - You or your partner are receiving child benefit, and your income is over £50,000
  • - Your claims for expenses are over £2,500
  • - You have capital gains or other allowances or credits to claim
  • - Or if HMRC has asked you to do so

Check our guide here to see who is required to submit a self-assessment tax return