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Tax and National insurance for over 21k -24k per year

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5y, 7m agoPosted 5 years, 7 months ago
Hello

Long story short I have been offered a new job which would make a massive difference for me .. I would like to know how much you earn after national insurance and tax has been taken off your wages so I can roughly know how much net money I will have at the end of the month in my new post ..

All information in this bracket please give me as much feedack as you can many thanks in advance hukd people..
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5y, 7m agoPosted 5 years, 7 months ago
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I use this site when calculating Click here

Hope it helps
1 Like #2
I use this, it's very accurate: http://www.thesalarycalculator.co.uk/index.php
banned#3
Congratulations on your new job op. All the best.
#4
suzyerogers
I use this site when calculating Click here

Hope it helps


I use this too.

There are also Android Apps etc for this if you wanted to go down that route.
#5
Thanks for the tax man sites lads


Cheers dude but its so complicated because I have never moved out before Its a bit away from home .. confused.com
bykergrove
Congratulations on your new job op. All the best.
banned#6
well done kev and good luck mate,WATP!
#7
kev_u8701r
Thanks for the tax man sites lads


Cheers dude but its so complicated because I have never moved out before Its a bit away from home .. confused.com
bykergrove
Congratulations on your new job op. All the best.

aye im moving to sheffield from leeds in a month too for starting a new job.. its not to far away, just finding a place to live atm, looking at flat shares with bills included at the start (makes budgeting easier) till my missus gets a job there and we can grab a place

if your a male on your own in standard tax bracket, bringing in gross 1,833 a month (thats 22k) youll get about 1,450 at a guess net... i might be able to find my old pay slips which fluctuated (due to sales commission) but it would be around that id have though

Edited By: joeprosho on Apr 18, 2011 21:13
#8
Thats good info cheers mate .. its pretty complicated trying to work out how much you'll need per month I dunno how people manage it .. bills. food . rent .. not living in poverty oh man decisions decisions

joeprosho
kev_u8701r
Thanks for the tax man sites lads


Cheers dude but its so complicated because I have never moved out before Its a bit away from home .. confused.com
bykergrove
Congratulations on your new job op. All the best.

aye im moving to sheffield from leeds in a month too for starting a new job.. its not to far away, just finding a place to live atm, looking at flat shares with bills included at the start (makes budgeting easier) till my missus gets a job there and we can grab a place

if your a male on your own in standard tax bracket, bringing in gross 1,833 a month (thats 22k) youll get about 1,450 at a guess net... i might be able to find my old pay slips which fluctuated (due to sales commission) but it would be around that id have though
#9
RFC
well done kev and good luck mate,WATP!

Cheers dude ... top of the league :)
#10
Approx -25%
#11
kev_u8701r
Thats good info cheers mate .. its pretty complicated trying to work out how much you'll need per month I dunno how people manage it .. bills. food . rent .. not living in poverty oh man decisions decisions


Make a spreadsheet ... listing "incoming" and "outgoing" with totals for each.

Surplus (drinking money, etc) = Incoming - Outgoing

Easy :-p
#12
the place im moving into has all bills included except gas and electric, obvs one of the most expensive but it creates a lot less hassle when trying to sort it out with other tennants, means its just one thing and one account to worry about (id rather it was none but its a nice place).. id reccomend it but then it depends if you want to live in your own place, id basically be on my own for a good while if it didnt move into a place with people, kinda hate meeting new peeps but its gta be done i suppose

if your rent and bills are all included, lets say 500pcm, then with lets say 1,400 net, you will have 900 left to live on, quite good really you can get saving on that! but depends how much you wanna go out, buy luxuries and if you wanna live i na place at that budget

personally i cant be arsed worrying about, CT, Line rental, water, Tv licence, gas & electric, internet provider on my own yet and certainly wouldnt want to try organise it with a few randoms.. doing it at uni with mates was hard enough!!

thats what my plan is starting next month anyway.. on a bit less than urself but my first real career job i suppose and i think similarly i might have a bit of a bonus structure like yourself hense the variability in your wage present in your title???

Edited By: joeprosho on Apr 18, 2011 22:26
#13
Yeah this is my first "proper career job" too .. scary stuff mate and i've never moved out before so i'm moving from Edinburgh too Aberdeen .. I don't get much of a bonus £250 per year every febuary but its £23.5K per year which is pretty awesome since i'm 24 years old and don't have a degree .. need something that close by to work and my girlfriends work .. omg I now know what stress feels like lol
joeprosho
the place im moving into has all bills included except gas and electric, obvs one of the most expensive but it creates a lot less hassle when trying to sort it out with other tennants, means its just one thing and one account to worry about (id rather it was none but its a nice place).. id reccomend it but then it depends if you want to live in your own place, id basically be on my own for a good while if it didnt move into a place with people, kinda hate meeting new peeps but its gta be done i suppose

if your rent and bills are all included, lets say 500pcm, then with lets say 1,400 net, you will have 900 left to live on, quite good really you can get saving on that! but depends how much you wanna go out, buy luxuries and if you wanna live i na place at that budget

personally i cant be arsed worrying about, CT, Line rental, water, Tv licence, gas & electric, internet provider on my own yet and certainly wouldnt want to try organise it with a few randoms.. doing it at uni with mates was hard enough!!

thats what my plan is starting next month anyway.. on a bit less than urself but my first real career job i suppose and i think similarly i might have a bit of a bonus structure like yourself hense the variability in your wage present in your title???


Edited By: kev_u8701r on Apr 19, 2011 17:51

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