|Yearly||Monthly||4 Weekly||2 Weekly||Weekly||Daily||Hourly|
|Tax Free Personal Allowance||10,000.00||833.33||769.23||384.62||192.31||38.46||5.16|
| Net Pay|
(Your take home wage)
|Employers NIC Contribution||765.07||63.76||58.85||29.43||14.71||2.94||0.39|
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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 2014 / 2015 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.
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Salary example for an individual on a Gross income of £ 13,500.00 using the Salary Calculator 2014/15 updated for the 2014/15 Tax year
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