Boris Johnson Tax Calculator - £9,000.00 Salary Example (£9K Salary)

This Salary and Tax Calculator is provided to illustrate how Boris Johnsons planned changes to the higher Rate Income Tax Threshold will affect a £9,000.00 Salary (£9K Salary). The illustration also includes an overview of a current 2019 salary example for £9,000.00 and an salary example for £9,000.00 if the personal allowance were to be increase to £30k (a solution which would affect all tax ayers, not just those who earner over £50k.

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£9,000.00 Salary Comparison
WhatCurrent (2019)Boris £80k Higher Rate ThresholdiCalculator £30k Personal Allowance
Net Pay85508534.888534.88
Difference n/a-15.120000000001-15.120000000001
Take Home95.00%94.83%94.83%

You can see a detailed salary overview for each of these calculations below.

About the Boris Johnson Salary Examples

In order to provide a like-for-like salary comparison against our three tax scenarios, we have used the following defaults:

  1. Annual Salary before tax: £9,000.00
  2. The individual is part of a company pension scheme
    1. An Employer Pension Contribution of 5% has been applied
    2. An Employee Pension Contribution of 3% has been applied
  3. A standard tax code has been used
  4. Salary is calculated over a full tax year
  5. There are no salary sacrifice options included
  6. There are no special National Insurance Contibutions rules /exemptions (Employer or Employee)

2019 Salary Example for £9,000.00 (Current)

£9,000.00 Salary Example 2019/20 Tax Year
YearlyMonthly4 Weekly2 WeeklyWeeklyDailyHourly%1
Gross Income9,000.00750.00692.31346.15173.0835.574.95100.00%
Adjusted Gross Income28,550.00712.50657.69328.85164.4233.794.7095.00%
Tax Free Personal Allowance12,500.001,041.67961.54480.77240.3849.416.87138.89%
Company Pension: Employee450.0037.5034.6217.318.651.780.255.00%
Company Pension: Employer270.0022.5020.7710.385.191.070.153.00%
Total Pay Deductions450.0037.5034.6217.318.651.780.255.00%
Net Pay8,550.00712.50657.69328.85164.4233.794.7095.00%

Salary Package [Cost of Employee]9,270.00772.50713.08356.54178.2736.645.09103.00%

1 Percentage expressed in relation to Gross Income [£8,550.00].

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2019 Salary Example for £9,000.00 (Planned by Boris Johnson)

£9,000.00 Salary Example 2019/20 Tax Year (Planned by Boris Johnson)
YearlyMonthly4 Weekly2 WeeklyWeeklyDailyHourly%1
Gross Income9,000.00750.00692.31346.15173.0835.574.95100.00%
Adjusted Gross Income28,550.00712.50657.69328.85164.4233.794.7095.00%
Tax Free Personal Allowance12,500.001,041.67961.54480.77240.3849.416.87138.89%
Company Pension: Employee450.0037.5034.6217.318.651.780.255.00%
Company Pension: Employer270.0022.5020.7710.385.191.070.153.00%
National Insurance15.121.261.160.580.290.060.010.17%
Total Pay Deductions465.1238.7635.7817.898.941.840.265.17%
Net Pay8,534.88711.24656.53328.26164.1333.734.6994.83%

Employers NIC Contribution17.391.451.340.670.330.070.010.19%
Salary Package [Cost of Employee]9,287.39773.95714.41357.21178.6036.715.10103.19%

1 Percentage expressed in relation to Gross Income [£8,550.00].

2019 Salary Example for £9,000.00 (Suggested by iCalculator)

£9,000.00 Salary Example 2019/20 Tax Year (Suggested by iCalculator)
YearlyMonthly4 Weekly2 WeeklyWeeklyDailyHourly%1
Gross Income9,000.00750.00692.31346.15173.0835.574.95100.00%
Adjusted Gross Income28,550.00712.50657.69328.85164.4233.794.7095.00%
Tax Free Personal Allowance30,000.002,500.002,307.691,153.85576.92118.5816.48333.33%
Company Pension: Employee450.0037.5034.6217.318.651.780.255.00%
Company Pension: Employer270.0022.5020.7710.385.191.070.153.00%
National Insurance15.121.261.160.580.290.060.010.17%
Total Pay Deductions465.1238.7635.7817.898.941.840.265.17%
Net Pay8,534.88711.24656.53328.26164.1333.734.6994.83%

Employers NIC Contribution17.391.451.340.670.330.070.010.19%
Salary Package [Cost of Employee]9,287.39773.95714.41357.21178.6036.715.10103.19%

1 Percentage expressed in relation to Gross Income [£8,550.00].

Further Reading

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