UK Salary After Tax Calculator

Check what your salary after tax will be in the United Kingdom with this simple, handy, calculator.


UK Income Tax Information

The amount of UK income tax you pay on your salary in a given tax year will depend on how much of your income is above your Personal Allowance limit and how much of your income falls in each of the income tax bands.

Like many countries, the UK has a progressive tax system with tax being paid at different rates depending on how high your income is. In the UK, the employer withholds your income tax and pays it to the tax authorities every month. Below is a breakdown of the tax bands:

England, Wales, and Northern Ireland

Band Taxable Income Tax Rate
Personal Allowance Up to £12,570 0%
Basic Rate £12,571 to £50,270 20%
Higher Rate £50,272 to £150,000 40%
Additional Rate over £150,000 45%


Band Taxable Income Tax Rate
Personal Allowance Up to £12,570 0%
Starter Rate £12,571 to £14,667 19%
Basic Rate £14,668 to £25,296 20%
Intermediate Rate £25,297 to £43,662 21%
Higher Rate £43,663 to £150,000 41%
Top Rate over £150,000 46%

There is also an income limit of £100,000 per tax year. For every £2 in earnings above this limit, £1 is deducted from your Personal Allowance.

National Insurance Rates

National Insurance (NI) is a contribution that is deducted from your salary and is used to pay for certain government benefits such as your state pension, jobseeker's allowance and allowance for maternity leave. There are four different NI levels but most people are in Class 1 NI.

The table below covers the Class 1 NI contributions that most taxpayers are likely to see on their payslips.

Band Taxable Income (Weekly) NI Rate
Primary £190 to £967 13.25%
Upper Over £967 3.25%

To see how the above tax brackets will affect your salary in the 2024/2025 tax year, head back to the top of the page and enter your salary.

Common UK Salary After Tax Calculations

The list below covers the majority of the most commonly searched for UK salary and tax calculations for salaries ranging from £10,000 to £1m per year.

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