Gross to Net Salary Calculator

The Net Salary Calculator below outlines the net salary amount for each possible gross salary level within the UK. The Net Salary amounts are calculated to reflect what you will take home after your tax and national contribution amounts have been deducted. This calculator assumes that you are younger than 65, unmarried and does not take childcare vouchers, pension deductions or student loan repayments into account. By clicking on the appropriate, highlighted gross annual income amount, you will be able to access a breakdown of the national contributions, tax amounts and taxable income figures that apply specifically to your situation. You will also access a pie chart outlining the percentage of your salary that goes to national insurance and income tax contributions.

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£10,000 £813 £30,000 £1,946 £50,000 £3,012 £70,000 £3,978 £90,000 £4,945
£11,000 £870 £31,000 £2,003 £51,000 £3,060 £71,000 £4,027 £91,000 £4,993
£12,000 £926 £32,000 £2,060 £52,000 £3,108 £72,000 £4,075 £92,000 £5,042
£13,000 £983 £33,000 £2,116 £53,000 £3,157 £73,000 £4,123 £93,000 £5,090
£14,000 £1,040 £34,000 £2,173 £54,000 £3,205 £74,000 £4,172 £94,000 £5,138
£15,000 £1,096 £35,000 £2,230 £55,000 £3,253 £75,000 £4,220 £95,000 £5,187
£16,000 £1,153 £36,000 £2,286 £56,000 £3,302 £76,000 £4,268 £96,000 £5,235
£17,000 £1,210 £37,000 £2,343 £57,000 £3,350 £77,000 £4,317 £97,000 £5,283
£18,000 £1,266 £38,000 £2,400 £58,000 £3,398 £78,000 £4,365 £98,000 £5,332
£19,000 £1,323 £39,000 £2,456 £59,000 £3,447 £79,000 £4,413 £99,000 £5,380
£20,000 £1,380 £40,000 £2,513 £60,000 £3,495 £80,000 £4,462 £100,000 £5,428
£21,000 £1,436 £41,000 £2,570 £61,000 £3,543 £81,000 £4,510 £110,000 £5,745
£22,000 £1,493 £42,000 £2,625 £62,000 £3,592 £82,000 £4,558 £120,000 £6,062
£23,000 £1,550 £43,000 £2,673 £63,000 £3,640 £83,000 £4,607 £150,000 £7,512
£24,000 £1,606 £44,000 £2,722 £64,000 £3,688 £84,000 £4,655 £200,000 £9,720
£25,000 £1,663 £45,000 £2,770 £65,000 £3,737 £85,000 £4,703 £300,000 £14,137
£26,000 £1,720 £46,000 £2,818 £66,000 £3,785 £86,000 £4,752 £400,000 £18,553
£27,000 £1,776 £47,000 £2,867 £67,000 £3,833 £87,000 £4,800 £500,000 £22,970
£28,000 £1,833 £48,000 £2,915 £68,000 £3,882 £88,000 £4,848  £1Million £45,053
£29,000 £1,890 £49,000 £2,963 £69,000 £3,930 £89,000 £4,897 Net Salary Calculator

This income tax calculator, or net salary calculator or take home pay calculator, is a simple wages calculator displaying a list of already calculated net salary after tax for each possible salary level in the UK. Salary after tax and national insurance contribution is calculated correctly by assuming that you are younger than 65, not married and with no pension deductions, no childcare vouchers, no student loan payment. If you would like to have your own wage calculator applying personal income tax rates or pension deductions, please click on each gross salary in the table to make a detailed gross income to net wage calculation.

AVERAGE UK SALARY BY JOB

Average Salary

Starting Salary

Senior Salaries

average salary uk

£30,000

£19,000

£40,000

accountant 

£27,684

£16,000-£21,000

£37,000 – £52,000

teaching assistant 

£12,583

£8,000-£10,000

£15,000 – £18,000

social worker 

£25,987

£19,000-£21,000

£30,000 – £36,000

pharmacist 

£37,645

£24,000-£31,000

£44,000 – £51,000

teacher 

£30,402

£20,000-£21,000

£37,000 – £45,000

primary school teacher 

£28,773

£17,000-£23,000

£38,000 – £49,000

midwife 

£24,444

£17,000-£22,000

£28,000 – £37,000

personal trainer 

£23,660

£13,000-£14,000

£42,000 – £71,000

actuary 

£54,183

£29,000-£38,000

£73,000 – £88,000

dentist 

£58,554

£25,000-£36,000

£74,000 – £97,000

paramedic 

£26,732

£20,000-£21,000

£31,000 – £34,000

physiotherapist 

£27,328

£20,000-£23,000

£37,000 – £51,000

dental nurse 

£16,462

£12,000-£14,000

£19,000 – £22,000

radiographer 

£26,291

£20,000-£22,000

£32,000 – £40,000

lawyer 

£41,369

£12,000-£30,000

£54,000 – £110,000

barrister 

£49,910

£22,000-£31,000

£74,000 – £100,000

police officer 

£32,331

£20,000-£27,000

£38,000 – £43,000

architect 

£30,932

£21,000-£26,000

£40,000 – £51,000

chemical engineering 

£38,538

£26,000-£27,000

£51,000 – £70,000

psychologist 

£34,882

£17,000-£18,000

£50,000 – £64,000

software engineer 

£32,843

£22,000-£27,000

£41,000 – £53,000

occupational therapist 

£23,530

£15,000-£21,000

£30,000 – £40,000

clinical psychologist 

£39,956

£25,000-£31,000

£50,000 – £90,000

GP Doctor

£50,543

£21,000-£35,000

£78,000 – £100,000

veterinary nurse 

£17,231

£12,000-£15,000

£20,000 – £22,000

nurses 

£24,444

£18,000-£20,000

£28,000 – £34,000

project manager 

£44,654

£28,000-£36,000

£57,000 – £74,000

civil engineer 

£28,581

£20,000-£25,000

£34,000 – £42,000

NQT 

£29,843

£21,000-£31,000

£25,000 – £35,000

dental hygienist 

£51,452

£21,000-£36,000

£51,000 – £63,000

train driver 

£32,400

£18,000-£20,000

£33,000 – £44,000

pilot 

£57,931

£26,000-£40,000

£100000 – £110000

consultant 

£43,576

£26,000-£32,000

£63,000 – £85,000

mechanical engineering 

£29,753

£19,000-£24,000

£37,000 – £46,000

investment banking 

£49,930

£25,000-£38,000

£62,000 – £72,000

quantity surveyor 

£28,777

£20,000-£24,000

£35,000 – £40,000

cabin crew air hostess
(Flight Attendant)

£15,380

£11,000-£12,000

£24,000 – £29,000

nursery nurse 

£13,220

£11,000-£12,000

£15,000 – £17,000

paralegal 

£19,037

£13,000-£14,000

£23,000 – £28,000

firefighter 

£28,250

£21,157

£36,365-£40,109

optometrist 

£35,917

£26,000-£31,000

£42,000 – £47,000

chartered accountant 

£33,583

£20,000-£25,000

£44,000 – £59,000

recruitment consultant 

£24,182

£18,000-£20,000

£30,000 – £37,000

electrician 

£24,368

£14,000-£19,000

£30,000 – £37,000

journalist 

£25,023

£15,000-£19,000

£33,000 – £41,000

biomedical scientist 

£29,879

£20,000-£24,000

£37,000 – £46,000

headteacher 

£52,000

£43,000-£49,000

£60,000 – £80,000

graphic designer 

£21,038

£15,000-£18,000

£26,000 – £31,000

civil engineering 

£28,581

£20,000-£25,000

£34,000 – £42,000

PE teacher 

£20,002

£11,000-£15,000

£35,000 – £39,000

surgeon 

£55,000

£18,000-£35,000

£100,000 – £150,000

plumber 

£22,120

£12,000-£17,000

£29,000 – £40,000

stock broker 

£40,473

£24,000-£25,000

£71,000 – £150,000

physiotherapy 

£43,499

£14,000

£80,000

investment banker 

£51,087

£23,000-£35,000

£85,000 – £100,000

 

Income Tax Calculator Rates and Taxable Bands 2013-2014-2015 (These are used for basic take home pay calculator)
Income Tax Rates 2013-14 2014-15
Starting rate for savings: 10%* £0- £2,790 £0- £2,880
Basic rate: 20% £0-£32,010 £0-£31,865
Higher rate: 40% £32,011- £150,000 £31,866 – £150,000
Additional rate: 50% N/A N/A
45% from 6 April 2013 Over £150,000 Over £150,000

These income tax calculators are based on the latest HMRC regulations.

* The 10 per cent starting tax rate applies to savings income only. If, after deducting the personal allowance from the gross income liable to Income Tax, the net income is above this limit then the %10 will does not apply. Non-savings income includes income from employment, profits from self-employment, pensions, income from property and taxable benefits.The rates available for dividends are the 10 per cent ordinary rate, the 32.5 per cent dividend upper rate and the dividend additional rate of 42.5 per cent (the dividend additional rate is 37.5 per cent from 2013-14)

Income tax calculator: Net salary calculator based on the latest income tax rates of HMRC, the UK Tax Authority. We simple take the gross salary and deduct the latest income tax rates and national insurance contributions.

Take home pay calculator: This is actually the same as above. What we mean with this is how much you are going to take home after tax deductions from your annual or monthly gross salary.

Net Wage Calculator: Wage is normally used to describe your monthly gross income. Your net wage is found by deducting all the necessary taxes from the gross salary.

The UK Living Wage is currently £8.80 in London and £7.65 elsewhere.

The UK minimum wage per hour is currently: £6.31 if over 21, £5.03 18-20 years old, £3.72 for under 18 years old and £2.68 for apprentice.

The 2012 / 2013 net salary tax calculator page.

Definition of Net Salary.

Definition of Gross Salary.

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