Pay Rise Calculator

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NEW!!! iCalculator™ has launched distinct applications for each UK member country in December 2023 to enhance support for ongoing devolution. These apps, tailored for England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales, offer comprehensive tax, salary, and payroll calculators (inlduing a new pay rise calculator). They provide in-depth support and enable users to compare tax policies and rates across the UK member countries. To explore these new Free Tax Apps, simply select the relevant country below to see the new pay rise calculator for each country.

England Northern Ireland Scotland Wales

The pay rise calculator, part of our free UK Payroll Suite, has been updated for the 2024/25 tax year, if you would like to review your pay rise for previous tax years, please change the tax year in the advanced tax calculator options.

Had a Pay Rise? Congratulations, that's great news. Wondering how much that pay rise will mean in real terms after tax, PAYE and National Insurance Deductions? Use the Pay Rise Calculator to view a comparative assessment of your salary before and after your pay rise has been added. The pay rise calculator is updated for the 2023/24 tax year.

Pay Rise Salary Tax Calculator [Default: 2023/24 Income and Deductions]
* This is a new feature for 2017 onwards released on 09 Jan 2017. If you spot any bugs or would like additional views / scenarios, please let us know.
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It's important you fully understand the impact of your pay rise, especially if you are creeping into a higher tax band or in danger of losing Family Allowance. If you do go into a higher tax band you should consider salary sacrifice or pension investment in your spouse's pension.

You can read more about income Tax Relief here, a good read that could save you £££'s

  1. Enter your current Salary
  2. Enter the pay rise percentage
  3. Optional - Use the advanced salary Features

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