Tax and NI Calculator for 2016/17 Tax Year

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This Tax and NI Calculator will provide you with a forecast of your salary as well as your National Insurance Contributions for the tax year of 2016/17.

Simply enter your salary into our calculator, click the "Calculate" button, and the amount of tax that you will have to pay will be calculated.

Income Tax & NI Calculator 2016

* Please tick this option if you or your spouse were born before 6 April 1935


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How is my Tax Calculated?

Unless you earn over £100,000 then you are granted with Personal Allowance. Personal Allowance is money you have earned which is not taxed. Your tax is calculated after your personal insurance has been taken away from your salary or your earnings. Any amount of money that is within your Personal Allowance limit will have absolutely no tax taken from it, a tax free earning if you will.

For example, if you have a salary of £30,000 then your Personal Allowance is £11,000 per annum. £30,000 minus the £11,000 of Personal Allowance is £19,000. Only the £19,000 will be taxed. However, if you have not reached the state pension age then you will still have National Insurance Contributions (NIC) taken from all of your income. If you are earning more than £155 each week, or £8,060 each year, then your National Insurance costs will be taken as a percentage rather than a set cost.

What is Personal Allowance?

Personal Allowance is the portion of your income earnings that is completely tax free.

You may also like to try our UK Tax Calculator for 2017/18 Tax Year.

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