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2015 PAYE Calculation for £ 13,500.00

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Yearly Monthly 4 Weekly 2 Weekly Weekly Daily Hourly
Gross Pay 13,500.001,125.001,038.46519.23259.6251.926.97
Tax Free Personal Allowance 10,600.00883.33815.38407.69203.8540.775.47
Taxable Pay 2,900.00241.67223.08111.5455.7711.151.50
Tax Due 580.0048.3344.6222.3111.152.230.30
National Insurance 652.8054.4050.2225.1112.552.510.34
Student Loan
Pension (You)
Pension (HMRC)
Total Deductions 1,232.80102.7394.8347.4223.714.740.64
Net Pay
(Your take home wage)
Employers NIC Contribution 750.7262.5657.7528.8714.442.890.39

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If you earn £ 13,500.00 per year, what is your take home pay? In this £ 13,500.00 salary example we explain how your tax, PAYe and National Insurance Contributions are calculated

Salary illustration for a normal PAYE employee earning £ 13,500.00 gross income per year. This Tax calculation assumes you are single, have the full personal tax allowance for 2015 / 2016 Tax Year with no disabilities and you are not repaying a student loan etc. You can edit your tax illustration by using our advanced salary and tax calculators below to provide a more bespoke tax calculation relevant to your individual circumstances.

Salary example for an individual on a Gross income of £ 13,500.00 using the Salary Calculator 2015/16 updated for the 2015/16 Tax year

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PAYE Employee earning £ 13,500.00 Tax Calculation

Tax Calculation for 2015 / 2016 Tax Year with specific PAYE payments, employer PAYE contributions, Personal Allowance of £10600 with no other personal allowances, Salary sacrifice or expense deductions. You can create and modify these figures using our personal Tax calculation using our free online Salary calculator.

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