If you work part-time you are likely to be being paid a pro-rata salary. This effectively means you are being paid a proportion of what someone working full-time would be paid. The proportion is based on the number of hours you work.
To help illustrate this and figure out exactly how much you get to take home from your pro-rata salary we have produced this simple pro-rata tax calculator to do all the annoying number crunching for you. It includes things like pensions, auto-enrolment, student loans as well as the usual income tax and national insurance.
Just enter the full-time equivalent salary, the number of hours you work and optionally adjust the number of full-time hours - although we've preset that at 40 hours for you).
If you are on furlough you can also add the percentage to which your salary has been furloughed too.
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Any work-related benefits your receive are also based proportionally to the amount of hours your work. So, things like pensions, holiday pay etc.
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