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Check your tax code or bill - free & comprehensive online Tax Caclulator @ UK Tax Calculators
Check your tax code or bill - free & comprehensive online Tax Caclulator @ UK Tax Calculators

Check your tax code or bill - free & comprehensive online Tax Caclulator @ UK Tax Calculators

Working link: uktaxcalculators.co.uk/

Tax Calculator Features

Include Salary Calculator, Student Loans, PAYE, CIS or Self Employed, Pension Calculations, Age Related Allowances, Tax Code Check, Optional NIC Letters, Bonus Check, Salary Sacrifice Pensions, Employer Pensions, Private Pensions and Childcare Voucher Salary Sacrifice Schemes. Create a graph of historic tax changes for your salary. If you have two income sources, use our tax compare tool to check you have the correct tax codes!

This Tax Calculator provides you with a breakdown of your tax situation. It is a Salary, National Insurance, Pension Contributions, Students Loans and Married Couples Allowance Calculator all rolled into one!

We have included a Pension Scheme option, so if you are making Pension Contributions, you can now choose from Employers Scheme (Occupational), Private Pension Plan and Salary Sacrifice Schemes!

You can also check your uk tax codes against it and it will give you an explanation of your tax code too... tax codes accepted at the moment are L, P, T, V, Y and BR, D0, NT, OT and K.

Working link: uktaxcalculators.co.uk/

12 Comments

thnx

Very handy... Cheers Newbold!

thanks

It is a shame that the figures that this gives you are different to that on the HMRC online payroll system!

those figures are based upon month 1 or cumulative tax allowances, which calculate the tax on payslips based upon income earned in the year so far - this calculator accurately calculates based upon the tax due once the entire years income is taken into account - which would match the HMRC figures at the end of the tax year/on the tax return.

I've been using this for ages. it is the first one that comes up when you put "free uk tax calculator" on google.

this country sucks...already £2K worse off this year (and on 50% less than 3 years ago) thanks to more NI/Tax, no handouts...because we are supposedly well off...like hell, my wife doesnt work and now she has to...thanks labour, cons/libs.........unless i give up and go on the dole

at this rate ill emigrate or work for myself again

this gov and the last does f all for families

and for my 2 kids, ill need at least £50K to send them each to uni for say 3 years (massively against the size of the fees!! though the grads should pay a small amount but not £9K...more like £1K max) - how the hell are low paid people supposed to send their kids to uni??!! (im classed i guess as middle class and we'd struggle)



Edited by: "royals" 21st Apr 2011

Tax Code CheckWe checked the tax code 653L with your salary against what … Tax Code CheckWe checked the tax code 653L with your salary against what the normal tax code for your age group and income normally is and found your tax code collects an extra £187.20 in tax.



Does this mean I am overpaying? If so how do I reclaim?

Johnboy_1975

Does this mean I am overpaying? If so how do I reclaim?



If you feel your tax code is incorrect just contact your local tax office. If you go onto hmrc.gov.uk and select the "Contact Us" option, you can find your local tax office and just tell them your NI number or PAYE refernce (from your P60 form) and they will happily look at your tax code and payments. I work at an accountants and speak to HMRC several times a day - they are mostly quite approachable.

Johnboy_1975

Does this mean I am overpaying? If so how do I reclaim?



I would also like to know the answer to this as i am getting a similar message.....Did you manage to get any type of answer?

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Jabra

I would also like to know the answer to this as i am getting a similar … I would also like to know the answer to this as i am getting a similar message.....Did you manage to get any type of answer?



Follow this link to find an Enquiry Centre if you can't get through to them on the phone, or prefer to speak to someone in person:

hmrc.gov.uk/enq…htm
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