Payroll Officer Salary Information

Payroll Officer salary information, income percentile, mortgage affordability and more.


How much does a payroll officer earn?

Annual salaries range from £18,048 to £30,276. Below is the full range of pay both before and after tax:

Pre-tax £18,048
(£1,504 p/mth)
(£1,962 p/mth)
(£2,523 p/mth)
Pre-tax Income Percentile 30th 49th 65th
Post-tax £15,804
(£1,317 p/mth)
(£1,629 p/mth)
(£2,011 p/mth)
Post-tax Income Percentile 26th 43rd 59th
Percentage Tax Deduction 12% 17% 20%

The payroll clerk monitors the payroll at the office. They are responsible for collecting timesheet information from each employee, calculating the amount to be paid to each employee during the payment period, calculating taxes, transferring money to an account, and writing checks.

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Below are the range of mortgages typically affordable for a single applicant payroll officer:

average gross salary£18,045£23,545£30,280
max mortgage£81,203£105,953£136,260
deposit paid£9,023£11,773£15,140
max purchase price£90,226£117,726£151,400
mortgage repayment p.mth (2.5%|25yr)£368£481£618

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