When you agree a salary with your domestic employee, it is important to know what your total costs will be as en employer.
Use the calculator to work out an approximate total cost from what your employee wants to 'take home'. Enter the net wage per week or per month and you will see the total cost per week, per month and per annum appear.
Please note that the figures are rounded, so not exact, and that they are based on a standard tax code.
The calculations explained
- Net pay is the employee's take-home pay
- Gross pay includes the Employee's National Insurance and Tax contribution. The figure can be used for employment contract purposes.
- Total Cost includes Employers National Insurance and the employee's gross pay. This figure allows families to budget correctly for their employee.
We recommend agreeing a gross salary with your employee.
Please note, where a net salary has been agreed the employer will be covering the employee’s pension contribution in addition to their own.
How Stafftax can help
Stafftax acts as your agent and deals directly with HMRC on your behalf - we set up your domestic employee's PAYE scheme and ensure that all Tax and NI calculations are accurate and up-to-date. We also offer unlimited support and advice on payroll and employment related issues. Here's what we will provide:
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- Weekly or monthly payslips for your domestic employee(s)
- A template Contract of Employment
- Unlimited support from our team of payroll experts
- Unlimited access to our Employment Law Helpline