Estimate your Income Tax and take home salary, Enter your annual income below. Income tax to pay every month, week and year will be displayed in the table once you click on calculate button
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Your Income 0.00 0.00 0.00
Income Tax 0.00 0.00 0.00
National Insurance 0.00 0.00 0.00
Student Loan 0.00 0.00 0.00
Take Home Pay 0.00 0.00 0.00
UK income tax slabs for the current year
Band Taxable Tax Rate
Personal Allowance Up to 12,500 0 %
Basic Rate 12,501 - 50,000 20 %
Higher Rate 50,001- 150,000 40 %
Additinal Rate above 150,000 45 %

UK Income Tax Slabs and Take Home Salary Calculator

It all depends on where you stay in the UK, Income tax contribution varies if you:

How much tax will you pay on your salary?

Income tax slabs in the UK ( Wales, England and Northern Ireland ) are displayed at the right-hand side. The highest rate of income tax in the UK is 45%. If your annual salary is above 150,000 then you have to pay a higher income tax rate.

Estimate your income tax for the year 2020

How is income tax calculated in the UK?

  • This service allows you to estimate how much Income Tax and National Insurance you should pay for the current year. To the left-hand side, you can see the take home salary calculator. To the right-hand side, you can see UK tax bands. based on your band your taxable pay will be deducted along with National Insurance and your take home pay will be shown. Tax rates are shown on the salary range. More your salary more taxable it would be.

  • The calculator tells you your take home salary by deducting your tax and National Insurance.Take home salary calculator will help you to calculate your income based on yearly, monthly and weekly bases. It will also show you your National Insurance deductions.

  • When you click on "Calculate" button, The table below will display the take home salary as you requested after deducting income tax and national insurance. The table will also display your take home pay on the bases of yearly, monthly and weekly.

Taxation in the United Kingdom

The above income tax bands apply to England, Wales and Northern Ireland. For Scotland, there are separate income tax rates and bands. Find out more here.

  • Salary income below or up to 12,500 - 0% income tax
  • Salary income from 12,501 to 50,000 - 20% income tax
  • Salary income below or up to 50,001 to 150,000 - 40% income tax
  • Above 150,000 - 45% income tax

Current Income Tax Rates and Personal Allowances

Income tax deduction depends:

  • the amount of income is above your Personal Allowance.
  • the amount of income falls within each tax band.

Taxable Income Rates England, Wales and Northern Ireland vs Scotland

Tax Rates ( England, Wales and Northern Ireland)
Taxable Amount Rate
Up to 12,500 0 % - Personal Allowance
12,501 - 50,000 20 % - Basic Rate
50,001- 150,000 40 % - Higher Rate
above 150,000 45 % - Additinal Rate
Tax Rates ( Scotland )
Taxable Amount Rate
Up to 12,500 0 % - Personal Allowance
Above 12,500 - 14,549 19 % - Starter Rate
Above 14,549 - 24,944 20 % - Basic Rate
Above 24,944 - 43,430 21 % - Intermediate Rate
Above 43,430 - 150,000 41 % - Higher Rate
Above 150,000 46 % - Top Rate

Tax Free Personal Allowance

Tax free personal allowance is on 12,500, On this amount you do not have to pay any income tax. This is the basic amount of income before paying any income tax. A person who receives less than their own personal allowance in taxable income in a given tax year does not pay income tax.

The above post allows you to discover your take home salary in the UK after deduction income tax and national insurance.

Basic rate

In England, Wales and Northern Ireland basic rate is 20% for salary from 12,500 up to 50,000. In Scotland tax is payable at three different rates i.e 19%, 20% and 21% on taxable income up to 43,430.

Higher rate

If you live in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and your taxable income is or more than 50,000, You will have to pay higher rate of 40% income tax. 40% is taxable on income above 50,000 and up to 150,000. If you live in Scotland you will have to pay the higher rate of 41% tax on the amount above 43,431 up to 150,000.

Additional rate

If you live in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and your taxable income is above 50,000 but up to 150,000, You will have to pay additional rate of 45% on your income. If you live in Scotland the additional rate will be 46% on your income.

The above post allows you to discover your take home salary in the UK after deduction income tax and national insurance.