Tax calculator

The MoneyVista tax calculator can give you an estimate of how much income tax and National Insurance you will have to pay for the year. The tax calculator can take into account income from several different sources, such as employment, self-employment, rental income and income from savings and investments. However, it is only designed to give you a quick top line look at your current tax position and can only take into account UK income. If you have children and are receiving Child Benefit, it currently doesn't include any tax adjustment for the High Income Child Benefit Charge (HICBC).


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Tax calculator
Earnings as an employee (including as a director of your own company)
Earnings from self-employment
Income from savings and investments (do not include tax-free income, eg from ISAs)
Your pension contributions
Other income

'Gross' means before deducting tax or before deducting tax relief.

'Net' means after deducting tax or after deducting tax relief.

Your income tax bill may be reduced if you are married or in a civil partnership and you or your husband, wife or civil partner were born before 6 April 1935.

This calculator does not deal with income (called chargeable gains) from life insurance.

Your National Insurance may be reduced if you are contracted out of the state second pension.

National Insurance is not payable beyond state pension age which is assumed here to be 65 (even though it is, in fact, currently a few years lower for women).


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