How much would I earn after tax?

(15 Posts)
CandyLoo Mon 11-Mar-13 14:22:16

I know, daft question, but need to ask.
A job is advertised for £22,221.
How much would I earn after tax?
And then monthly...divide by 12?
The job stipulates 12 hours a week.
Roughly, what would the hourly rate be?
Thanks (it's not a job in finance by the way!)

CryptoFascist Mon 11-Mar-13 14:27:02

is it £22,221 pro rata or not?

CandyLoo Mon 11-Mar-13 14:28:13

Does that mean annually?

Bearcat Mon 11-Mar-13 14:29:11

Just google tax calculator, input your information and it will do it for you.
Pick your year ie 2013 - 14
Very simple and quick.

assuming a tax code of 810L (w1m1), then £1470.62 after tax per month.

So after tax hourly rate of £28.27 approx.

eminemmerdale Mon 11-Mar-13 14:30:00

This is a public sector job isn't it <taps nose>

CandyLoo Mon 11-Mar-13 14:30:45

Great. I'll look up my tax code as I currently carry out self employed work as a tutor and also part time work. Thanks all

unless it's pro rata, in which case it's not.

CandyLoo Mon 11-Mar-13 14:31:40

Yep! Need to go briefly, back later with my tax code. Sounds better than I thought though!

CandyLoo Mon 11-Mar-13 14:32:14

Sorry, what does pro rata mean?

CandyLoo Mon 11-Mar-13 14:38:48

IshallWearMidnight
Thanks. My tax code is 810L.

Bearcat Mon 11-Mar-13 14:43:03

Candy
Pro rate means a percentage of the full time salary.
Ie if the full time job is 36 hours per week at a salary of £22221, then if you are only working 12 hours a week, you are only getting 12/36 or one third of the pay above, just under £7500.
Or are you getting paid £22221 for a 12 hour only week? In which case the pay would be the equivalent to about £66663 per year if you were working a full time 36 hour week, which is a pretty high salary compared to the average.

CandyLoo Mon 11-Mar-13 20:35:18

Bearcat Thanks for that. It must be pro rata, reading what you've said.
So if the annual salary for me is roughly £7500, how much would it be after tax? And per month? Thanks, I just don't know how to work this out.

Bearcat Tue 12-Mar-13 13:10:04

Candy
Have a look at this
Put your figures in and it will work it out for you, yearly, weekly, monthly.
Make sure you know what percentage of the week the 12 hours are.
Hope the link works.

bunchofposy Tue 12-Mar-13 16:06:10

Hi, I think your employer probably wouldn't pay any tax on that salary because the tax free allowance has gone up to £9400ish.

As you do freelance work too you'd prob have to do a tax return to work out the tax you owe on the overall amount.

Think that's right anyway (I also don't work in finance mind!)

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