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Knowing your gross salary is one thing, but with Salary Calculator Pro, you'll be able to break your salary down on a weekly, monthly, daily, or even hourly, basis. The calculator also works out student loan repayments, pension contributions, childcare vouchers, overtime payments and more. You'll know, at a glance, exactly what you're taking home from your salary.
If you know your hourly rate and want to work out your salary, Salary Calculator Pro can do the sums for you. You can even specify how many hours per week you work, and how many days you work, so you get a complete picture of exactly how much your salary is based on your hourly rate
If you are changing your hours at work, or have been offered a job at a pro rata'd rate, you can use Salary Calculator Pro to work out how much you'll take home, how much tax and National insurance you'll pay, and what your student loan repayments would be based on your pro rata salary.
Starting in April 2017, the income tax on your salary is calculated differently if you live in Scotland - the rates and thresholds are set by the Scottish Government.
If your main residence is in Scotland, you'll be classed as living in Scotland. Your tax code will also begin with an S. For more information, click here.
Salary Calculator Pro can show you how your pension contribution affected your salary and tax, and it works with Employer's, Salary Sacrifice, and Private pensions as well. If you're a higher tax rate payer, we'll even give you on advice on how you might be able to claim back tax from HMRC.
If you have a student loan repayment, you can work out exactly how much you'll have to pay back each month. Salary Calculator Pro supports both Plan 1 (Course started before 1st Sep 2012) and Plan 2 (Course started after 1st Sep 2012). Unlike some student loan calculators, Salary Calculator Pro also supports both student loans at the same time (for students who have two loans).
If your employer offers a childcare voucher scheme, you can use Salary Calculator Pro to work out exactly how much tax you will save by using the scheme, and see what affect that has on your net salary.
Do you work overtime or have a differently hourly rate if you work on the weekend? Salary Calculator Pro lets you choose not only how many hours overtime you've worked, but also up to two different rates. So you might have worked 10 hours at time and a half (1.5) as well as 5 hours at double time (2).