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Your caclulation is incorrect for NI (see Income of 43016). NI should be 4193.52Alicia Cichowska - 04/04/2017 10:39:23
These are rounding differences - between using the weekly limits or annual limits. We are updating to the weekly limits and the calculation should now show 4193.52.Ray Arman
working past retirement age, paying into work pension and receiving state pension- cannot see where to add this inMike Coare - 26/03/2017 15:43:08
In the multiple income calculator enter your pension income as 'nic exempt' income and enter your work pension contributions as 'PAYE pension contributions'. Hope that helps.Ray Arman
No allowance for Month 1 tax codesA WHITE - 24/03/2017 17:12:31
You can calculate on a month 1 or week 1 basis by ticking the box labelled 'Calculate on Mth1/Wk1 Basis?'.Ray Arman
Please add a NI slider for those of us that don't pay it. Also add charitable gifts.Tony Harrison - 19/03/2017 22:47:26
There is an option for 'No NIC' on the single income calculator and you can enter NIC exempt income into the multiple income calculator.Ray Arman
Your calculation assumes tax free dividend is still £5,000, however for 2017/18 it has already reduced to £2,000 please ameDhurba - 15/03/2017 09:54:26
The tax-free dividend for 2017/18 is still £5,000. From April 2018, the dividend allowance will be reduced to £2,000Ray Arman