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# How to work out 4 days deduction on pay?

15 replies

Supertrouper990 · 21/06/2023 20:09

If take home pay is £2554 monthly with 4% pension contributions, salary based on a 5 day week, then please how do I work out 4 days at 0 pay?
Have tried and tried but cannot work out tax NI etc :)

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Cloverforever · 21/06/2023 20:17

What do you mean at 0 pay?

CatsOnTheChair · 21/06/2023 20:24

So, you earn 41k, and don't have any student loan?

Are you striking - which I think gets deducted at 1/365 of salary, or just having 4 days unpaid?

thinend · 21/06/2023 20:24

Roughly it would be net times 12 divide by 260 would give you a days take home pay

purpledagger · 21/06/2023 20:24

do you mean 4 days unpaid leave?

i think you'd have to ask whoever does your payroll as it depends on how your pay is calculated - some companies pay work your pay out out over 365 days, others use 260 (working days minus weekends).

BB78910 · 21/06/2023 20:29

I’m assuming ‘take home pay’ you mean post all the deductions so I’m thinking 2554 is roughly 16.80 an hour, 4x8h days is 32 x 16.80 = 537.60?

Supertrouper990 · 21/06/2023 20:30

OK so salary is £37,700. Pension contributions is 4%, compassionate days used up but ended up using 4 days extra which bosses are saying is unpaid, which is fine but I just wanted to plan Money ahead :)

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mamamilkmachine · 21/06/2023 20:33

So take net pay for the month
X12
/52
This gives you a weeks wages
/5
This gives you a days wage
*4

mamamilkmachine · 21/06/2023 20:36

I get it at £471.50 if take home pay of £2554 is after pension contributions.

mamamilkmachine · 05/07/2023 15:31

How much did they deduct....was any of us right

BB78910 · 05/07/2023 18:45

@mamamilkmachine yessssss this follow up is what I needed today 😂😂

mamamilkmachine · 05/07/2023 19:10

😂 we need to know!

mamamilkmachine · 06/07/2023 21:29

@Supertrouper990 are you going to leave us hanging 😭😂

Supertrouper990 · 06/07/2023 21:34

Sorry guys- no deductions! Looks like they had a bit of heart (after a crappy year personally) and decided not to deduct - was very grateful !

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BB78910 · 06/07/2023 21:38

@Supertrouper990 delighted for you but I have no closure 🤣🤣🤣

mamamilkmachine · 07/07/2023 09:46

Ah that's good....for you, I guess we will be left never knowing 😂