Enter your previous and current salary details below to find out how your pay packet will change, and how you compare to the rich and famous.
Additional tax allowance is available to those who are registered blind
Tick this box if you would like to exclude national insurance contributions from the tax calculation
Enter any benefits, deductions or allowances to your salary.
This includes any benefits you’re entitled to, such as Universal Credit, or deductions for expenses. Remember to put a minus symbol if you’re entering a deduction.
Are you a working parent? Fill in the fields if you’re on the Childcare Voucher scheme.
Did you sign up before April 6 2011?
Include any amounts you are paying into a personal or employee pension scheme either in £ or %.
If you’re repaying your student loan a certain amount will automatically be deducted from your pay packet each month. If this applies to you, tick ‘Yes’.
Did you know? If you’re eligible for Married Couple’s Allowance, you can transfer it to your spouse or civil partner.
Make sure your tax code is up to date. You might be on an emergency tax code if you’ve just started a new job and don’t have a P45 from your previous job yet.
Discover what difference your new salary will make. You can also view the change in your earnings by day, week, month and year.