Better Off With Two Jobs?

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Better Off With Two Jobs?Use our calculator to see how much take home pay you can earn from a second income and compare it to your main income. Use our Second Job Calculator if you know how much you want to take home but need to figure out how much to earn before deductions.

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* PIPR = Pence in pound taken home.

* NEPHW = Net earnings per hour worked.

First Income Gross

£0.00

First Income Deductions

£0.00

First Income Net

£0.00

First Income PIPR

£0.00

First Income NEPHW

£0.00

Second Income Gross

£0.00

Second Income Deductions

£0.00

Second Income Net

£0.00

Second Income PIPR

£0.00

Second Income NEPHW

£0.00

Total Gross Income

£0.00

Total Take Home

£0.00

Total PIPR

£0.00

Are you looking to add a secondary income to help your budget to balance? You may be wondering what the actual take home pay for the extra few hours in the evening will actually be.

This calculator will accurately calculate the effect of any income source being added to an existing regular income.

It will account for student loans, allowances and pensions and you can add any type of income as your first or second incomes - whether that be regular PAYE employment or Self Employment or other sources such as Dividends, Property Rental Profits and more.

The calculator will find out the answer to questions like, I earn £15,000 in my main job. How much will I take home from working an additional 8 hours a week.

We provide two metrics you can use to assess if you are better off adding a secondary income. The first is the PIPR. This is the pence per pound earned gross that is taken home after all deductions. The second is the NEPHW. This is amount you earn per hour of work after deductions. This is worked out using the number of hours per week you provide for each income source.

If you are looking for a job why not use our job search engine? It includes jobs from every top job website but shows you the take home pay for each job as well as allowing shortlisting and applying online.

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