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Salary Calculators

Work out your employees wages with ease using our salary calculators. Each employers salary calculator is designed to help you set a gross salary, work out how much money an employee will take home and determine your total costs.

Before you get started, here’s what these important figures mean:

The gross salary: We advise giving employees a gross salary, which made up of the net (take-home) pay, plus an employee's tax and National Insurance contributions.

The net salary: This figure will tell an employee how much money they will take home after tax and NI.

Total costs: this sum combines the gross salary and employer's National Insurance. Please note, our pay calculators include pension contributions, which are currently set at 3%.

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