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I need to rolling tax calculator: part of the year to be monthly, then a gap of no income followed by weekly

Rod - 04/12/2018 00:10:30

The tax would still be cumulative for both periods of pay. You can use our payslip calculator and enter the total income to date and total tax paid to date from your initial monthly part of the year's income. Then calculate weekly income tax on each weekly payslip.

Ray Arman

I can't see Month 1 or Week 1 calculations in the calculator. Please can you add this - thanks

Shikhar - 16/10/2018 11:48:26

Please use the payslip calculator ( ) You can then check the option box to calculate on Mth1/Wk1 Basis.

Ray Arman

I have two pensions as income plus a job. i would like to be able to calculate my income from all three resources.

Gordon Lees - 09/10/2018 08:46:02

You can use our multiple income calculators and input your pension income as 'NIC Exempt Income'.

Ray Arman

can you add a 1.33 and 0.33 overtime fields for night shift workera to the payslip calculator?

Rob Vanston - 24/09/2018 17:12:17

Thanks for your suggestion - These options will be added by the end of the week to the website.

Ray Arman

Hi, this a fabulous tool, thank you. I can't inc. car allowance tho. I'm adding it to gross salary now but not sure that's ok

Moira Smith - 04/08/2018 23:04:36

You can add your car allowance to the Allowances/Deductions input box. It would be a deduction so enter a minus figure... e.g. -3000 for a 3000 car allowance. You also need to enter 3000 into the Total BIK box.

Ray Arman

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