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Help, i'm being thick re tax and ni

laineycross Avatar
8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
hello, is there any boffins, well anyone more clued up than me that can help.
I currently work wkends only, 15 hours a week. I am considering work an extra 8 hour day. if i work that day i'll be earning 828 a month, how much tax and ni will i pay? as i'll have to pay £30 nursery for that extra day i'm just trying to work out if it will be worth my time, thanks for any help. rep will be left.
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
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#2
Her's a simple calc tool hun

http://listentotaxman.com/
banned#3
google personal tax calculators you lazy *****
#4
Ok, i'm not a boffin but might be able to help. Do you know what your tax code is? You should receive this from HMRC through the post and should be 3 numeric digits and one letter the standard one is 603L
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dimebars
google personal tax calculators you lazy *****


i had tried but couldn't find any, thanks for your help!
banned#6
there are loads of them!
#7
choc1969
Her's a simple calc tool hun

http://listentotaxman.com/


this has worked, thanks so much for your time
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dimebars
there are loads of them!


none of them weere working for me but all solved now.
#9
Hi Laineycross, your previous earnings were £540, this meant before September (when the personal allowance was raised from 5435 to 6035) you would have been taxed a very small amount on this. For Septembers wage slip you should have found that you had some extra money, this being the change in personal allowance.

On £540 per month you will have earnings for the year of just over you personal allowance, this means that any further earnings will attract tax (20%) and national insurance (11%). Thus for the extra £288 you will be earning a month will relate to a £198.72 take home.
#10
Hi. usually if theres no other factors involved (ie tax credits, other allowances etc) then a rough guideline is that you get 75% net pay and 25% paid in tax and ni, which means if you get paid monthly you would get between £600-£650 net pay. although I'd expect this to be considerably higher, nearer and possily over the £700 mark.

However I believe you may be entitled to Working Tax Credit as this income alone would be less than £16000 for the year and that the extra hours would put you into the qualifying bracket as its over 16 hours a week, so you would probably be entitled to another few grand in tax credits.

You can find out more about it here http://www.taxcredits.inlandrevenue.gov.uk/Qualify/WhatAreTaxCredits.aspx

Also, you may be entitled to a tax rebate based on what you have said if you have been working 15 hours a week andpaying tax and NI on it. You could possible claim back 5 years.

Cheers.
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Also, you may be entitled to a tax rebate based on what you have said if you have been working 15 hours a week andpaying tax and NI on it. You could possible claim back 5 years.

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Thanks the info helped me out too,

Just checked website and its based on total household earnings, therefore as my hubby brings home a considerable amount more than me, so doubt I can claim tax paid back.

Thanks for sharing the info :)

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