iCalculator UK PAYE Calculator is updated for the 2013 / 2014 tax year. You can calculate your take home pay based of your annual income and include tax deductible elements such as pensions and student loans.
iCalculator also provides historical UK PAYE figures so you can review how much tax you have paid in previous tax years or you can use our take home pay calculator 2013 / 2014 to see home much your take home salary will be this year. See the guide below for specific information on each element that is taken into account when calculating your take home pay including employers national insurance contributions and more.
Student loans and grants in the United Kingdom are primarily provided by the government through the Student Loans Company (SLC), a non-departmental public body.
The Student Loans Company is itself divided into Student Finance England, Student Finance Wales and Student Finance NI. The Student Awards Agency for Scotland assesses applications in Scotland. Most undergraduate university students resident in the United Kingdom are eligible for student loans. In addition, some students on teacher training courses may also apply for loans.
Students starting university or college can apply for loans to help with their tuition fees and living costs. How much money you get depends on if you study full-time or part-time and on your living circumstances.
You start to repay your student loan when:
Yes, in fact you are paying interest on your student loan whilst studying, typically a minimum of the rate of inflation plus a small percentage. When you have finished your course and started work the interest payable will vary depending on your Gross Pay.
Once you are earning above a certain amount (£ 21,000 for 2011/2012 Tax Year), you will start to repay a percentage of your earnings above the earnings threshold towards your Student loan (9% for 2011/2012 Tax Year).
You will receive annual statements from the Student Loans Company detailing how much has been repaid and how much is outstanding. You will also see how much interest has been applied to your Student Loan. You can also access your Student Loan account using the Student Loans Company website.