UK Tax & NI Calculator 2014 - 2015
Updated to 2014 - 2015 rates!
Find out how much tax and national insurance (NI) contribution you will pay for the tax year 2014 - 2015 by entering your salary in this simple form on top right. It will display the results accurately.
The Tax and NI rates are for the tax year April 2015 - April 2015. It contains the tax brackets 2014 - 2015.
Use this UK income Tax and NI calculator 2014 - 2015 for your payroll, accountancy or any other work completely free. It is neat, simple and calculates fast so you can do many tax calculations quicker. You don't need any tax software to download, or create a spreadsheet. Do it online free!
Using the calculator
Enter your earnings, then select if you are paid this amount yearly, monthly, weekly or hourly. Enter the number of hours you work weekly, to display your hourly calculation accurately. If you have entered your earnings weekly, monthly or yearly and don't know how hours you work a week, you can leave the Weekly hr box blank.
The best Hourly Tax and NI calculator 2014 - 2015
Now you can calculate your hourly pay accurately with this website as it lets you enter your weekly hours you work. Doing this enables accurate hourly calculations and conversion to weekly, monthly, and yearly pay.
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Below are the rates for this tax year 2014 - 2015. The Tax and NI calculator and the tables are the official rates from the HMRC.
Tax Rates 2014/15
(After deducting your personal allowance)
|Tax Rates 2014/15|
|Below £0||No tax taken|
|£0 - £31,865||20%|
|£31,866 - £150,000||40%|
Personal Allowance 2014/15
|Age||Personal Allowance (PA)||Income limit for PA (65 years and over)||Income limit for PA|
|65 - 74||£10,500||£27,000||£100,000|
|75 and over||£10,660||£27,000||£100,000|
65 years and over: Once reached the Income limit, Personal Allowance starts to deduct by 50% of every pound earned above this limit until reaches to £10000
Once reached the Income limit of £100,000, Personal Allowance starts to deduct by 50% of every pound earned above this limit until Personal Allowance reaches to £0
National Insurance 2014/15
|Your Earning weekly||National Insurance rates 2014/15 (to the portion)|
|Up to £153||None|
|Between £153 and £805||12%|
These rates are applied to the portions of your earnings. NI is payable until you have reached the state pension age.