Calculate your take-home pay to see how much you could earn
You can use our simple calculator to provide an illustration of what your take-home pay could be, depending on your rate of pay and working hours.
The calculator is only a guide and should not be relied upon to give an actual figure, but it does help explain the differences between the different structures and how this affects your take-home pay.
The calculations are for illustrative purposes only and are based on several assumptions [link to the below]
- You are on a standard 1257L tax code
- Class 1 National Insurance
- No additional income
- Your contract falls outside IR35
- Director’s salary is equal to the earnings threshold for Employee’s National Insurance
- All remaining company profit is taken as dividends
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