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£ 66,390.00 Tax Calculation for 2016/17 Tax Year

Did you hear George Osborne's Summer Budget statement? Use the 2016/17 Tax Calculator to see how your take home paye will change in the 2016/17 tax year.

Yearly Monthly 4 Weekly 2 Weekly Weekly Daily Hourly
Gross Pay 66,390.005,532.505,106.922,553.461,276.73255.3534.05
Tax Free Personal Allowance 11,000.00916.67846.15423.08211.5442.315.64
Company Pension: Employee 0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00
Company Pension: Employer 0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00
Taxable Pay 55,390.004,615.834,260.772,130.381,065.19213.0428.41
Tax Due 15,756.001,313.001,212.00606.00303.0060.608.08
National Insurance 4,660.60388.38358.51179.2589.6317.932.39
Student Loan 0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00
Pension (You) 0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00
Pension (HMRC) 0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00
Total Deductions 20,416.601,701.381,570.51785.25392.6378.5310.47
Net Pay
(Your take home wage)
45,973.403,831.123,536.421,768.21884.10176.8223.58
Employers NIC Contribution 8,042.36670.20618.64309.32154.6630.934.12

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This Tax Calculations includes a full salary illustration for an employee earning £ 66,390.00 per annum and provides a full illustration of:

The Tax calculator is updated for 2016/17 tax year and uses 2016/17 tax year as default to produce the tax illustration and calculations below.

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Tax Calculation Breakdown and Analysis

  • Hours Worked Working week based on 37.5 hours per week.
    Note: Working hours is only used as a metric when calculating salary based on your hourly rate.
  • Gross Income An annual salary of £66390 has been used for this tax calculation
  • Private Pension No Pension funds/contributions have been applied in this tax calculation
  • Company Pension: Employee No Company Pension Employee contributions have been applied in this tax calculation
  • Company Pension: Employer No Company Pension Employer contributions have been applied in this tax calculation
  • Employer NIC Your employer will pay £8042.364 Employers NIC's per annum in this tax illustration. Employers NIC's Calculation: Gross Income - Employers NIC's Threshold = Amount subject to Employers NIC's
    £66390 - £8112 = £58278

    Amount subject to Employers NIC's x Employers NIC's Rate = Annual Employers NIC's due
    58278 x 13.8% = £8042.364


    Your employer will pay £8042.364 Employers NIC's per annum in this tax illustration
  • Blind Allowance There have been no Blind Person's Personal allowances applied in this tax calculation.
  • Personal Allowance A personal Allowance of £11000 has been used for this tax calculation
  • Taxable Income Taxable Income is the amount of earning you will be taxed on after Tax deductible amounts have been applied. A Taxable Income of £55390 has been used for this tax calculation Taxable Income Calculation: Taxable Income = Gross Income - Personal Allowance(s) - Blind Allowance - Company Pension Employee Contributionss
    £55390 = £66390 - £11000 - £0 - £0

    A Taxable Income of £55390 has been used for this tax calculation.
  • Student Loan There have been no Student Loan Deductions applied in this tax calculation.
  • Employee NIC You will pay £4660.6 NIC's per annum in this tax illustration Employee NIC's Calculation: Upper earnings limit (UEL) Deduction = £467.8 ( 2% on earnings over £43000 per annum )
    Upper accrual point (UAP) Deduction = £4192.8 ( 12% on earnings over £8060 and less than £43000 per annum )

    Employee NIC's = Upper earnings limit (UEL) Deduction + Upper accrual point (UAP) Deduction
    £4660.6 = £467.8 + £4192.8

    You will pay £4660.6 NIC's per annum in this tax illustration
  • Income Tax You will pay £15756 Income tax via PAYE per annum in this tax illustration Income Tax Calculation: Higher Rate = £9356 ( £23390 x 40% :: Taxable earning in excess of £32,000.00 and less than £55390 for 2016 Tax Year )
    Basic Rate = £6400 ( £320 x 20% :: Taxable earning less than £32,000.00 for 2016 Tax Year )

    Income Tax Due = Basic Rate + Higher Rate
    £15756 = £6400 + £9356

    You will pay £15756 Income tax via PAYE per annum in this tax illustration

Tax calculations and salary breakdown is not always as simple as it should be. Payslips are often streamlined and hardly ever explain the tax breakdown, how PAYE and NI have been calculated or salary sacrifice or pay deductions applied. The Tax Calculator provides a full breakdown of earning, tax, PAYE, NI and explains exactly how your take home pay has been calculated.

The tax illustration and calculations below are for an individual earning £ 66,390.00 per annum in the 2016/17 Tax Year

Personal Allowances are applied in full. There are no additional allowances or deductions made (Blind Allowance etc). You can produce a full bespoke tax breakdown using our tax calculator, this allows you to input and alter the tax calculation to suit your personal circumstances.

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