2019 Tax Calculator for Fortnightly Salary

The 2019 Fortnightly Tax Calculator calculates your take home pay based on your Fortnightly Salary. Calculate your Fortnightly take home pay based of your Fortnightly salary to see full calculations for Pay As You Earn (PAYE), National Insurance Contributions (NICs), Employer National Insurance Contributions (ENICs), Pension, Dividend tax etc. for 2019/20. Use the simple fortnightly tax calculator or switch to the advanced fortnightly tax calculator to refine your income and personal tax status settings. Did you know we also provide a salary comparison calculator that allows you to compare upto six salaries at the same time, its a good calculator for jobseekers and those comparing salaries in different jobs / roles. We also provide a list of the UK Average Salaries in 2019 with supporting salary examples, a great way to check if you are getting more or less salary than those in your industry.

This Tax and Salary Calculator uses the latest Income Tax and Personal Allowances for 2019 as published by HMRC in the 2018 budget.

2019 Tax Calculator: Fortnightly Salary
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How to calculate your Fortnightly PAYE. NIC's and Take Home Pay

  1. Enter you Fortnightly income / dividends
  2. Click Calculate
  3. Optional: Use pre-defined tax scenarios and/or select Advanced to use the advanced Fortnightly tax calculator features
  4. Optional: Choose alternate calculation results and templates then print or email to yourself for later use.

Useful Income Tax Guides and Salary Calculators - Understand PAYE and how to pay less tax

PAYE and Tax calculations can seem complex, the following are taken into consideration when calculating your salary and take home pay: