UK Annual Salary Calculator 2019

The Annual Salary Calculator is updated with the latest income tax rates in United Kingdom for 2019 and is a great calculator for working out your income tax and salary after tax based on Annual income. The calculator is designed to be used online with mobile, desktop and tablet devices. If required, you can review the how to calculate income tax in the United Kingdom. You can use the Annual Salary Calculator to compare upto 5 Annual Salaries against your current Annual Salary or simply complete a quick Annual Salary after tax calculation.

2019 Salary Calculator: Annual Salary
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About the 2019 Annual Salary Calculator

The 2019 Annual Salary Calculator is an excellent tool for jobseekers and those who want to compare salaries. 2019 Annual Salary Calculator allows you to compare 6 separate salaries, across different tax years or in the same tax year. This mean you can really analyse and compare different salaries. Whether looking for a new job, reviewing how your salary has changed over time to support a pay increase or comparing how much better off you are between tax years the salary calculator does it all. 2019 Annual Salary Calculator is a good calculator for comparing salary after tax and the changes to the UK income tax system and personal allowances over time and between different tax brackets.

Please note that the 2019 Annual Salary Calculator only uses the standard personal allowances, national insurance contributions and Annual income tax rates and thresholds, it does not allow for additional elements like pension deductions, salary sacrifice and different tax codes and National Insurance Categories. If you want to calculate an exact salary after tax calculation based on your own tax code and personal circumstances, you should use the 2019 Tax Calculator which is a good calculator for calculating exact salary deductions and take home pay in 2019

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How to Compare Annual Salaries in the UK

Being able to calculate and compare salaries online is particularly useful, whether you are a jobseeker looking at a new job, currently in employment and want to review how a new job pays in comparison to your new job or comparing salaries across different genders in the same organisation. Comparing different Annual Salaries is simple, just follow these steps and the Annual Salary Comparison calculator will do the rest. You can also compare salaries across different tax years, useful if you are studying the impact of income tax in the UK over time or studying taxation in the UK.

  1. Select "Compare Salaries" on the Salary Calculator
  2. Enter your current Annual salary or the first Annual salary you want to compare
  3. Enter the tax year you want to use, the default is 2019 on this salary calculator
  4. Choose the number of comparisons you want to make upto a maximum of 5 so you can compare upto 6 Annual salary after tax calculations in one simple salary calculation.
  5. Enter the Annual salary and tax year for each Annual salary amount you want to compare.
  6. Press Calculate and the salary calculator will do the rest.

United Kingdom Personal Income Tax Rates and Allowances in 2019

The United Kingdom Salary Calculator uses personal income tax rates from the following tax years (2019 is simply the default year for this salary calculator), please note these personal income tax tables only include taxable elements, allowances and thresholds used in the United Kingdom Annual Salary Calculator. Our more advanced Salary Tax Calculator for 2019 uses the full 2019 income tax rates and thresholds for the UK which includes pension, dividend rates as well as UK business rates and thresholds.