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Take-home pay calculator for teachers

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Last updated 17 April 2014, created 14 January 2010, viewed 271,824

This excel file allows teachers in England and Wales to calculate an estimate of their take-home salary to within a few pounds of the actual figure. By entering your salary point, any allowances, your pension, student loan and childcare voucher details, you can receive an estimate of your monthly ta More…ke-home salary as well as estimates of deductions such as Income Tax, National Insurance, Pension Contributions and Student Loan Repayments. **Now includes new rates for 2013-14 including increased pension contributions**

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    calculator.xls (69kb, Excel document)
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Very handy.

from Redrosie, 17 April 2014
(report comment) 5 out of 5

Extremely useful

from RuthMulvie, 21 March 2014
(report comment) 5 out of 5

Always great, and I always look out for the updates. Is there a new verson relating to the further pension contribution increases coming April 2014, as well as the increase in the tax allowance to £10k? Trying to work out of we will benefit at all. Doubt it, but we can hope.

from malcolminthemiddle, 26 January 2014
(report comment) 5 out of 5

How fantastic! Thanks so much for this v useful tool! (also confirming that as i thought, I will be taking home a pittance!!!) :-)

from StudentSarah, 23 January 2014
(report comment) 5 out of 5

Thank you - helped me to judge the overall benefits of making contributions to the TPS - only calculator online that has shown me accurately how income tax and NI contributions are adjusted on a monthly basis when you make pension contributions.

from red_hot_chili_frog, 07 January 2014
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