Check your payslip
This payslip calculator performs monthly calculations for the 2023-24 tax year on a Month 1 basis. These deductions should approximate to your monthly payslip. Please see the explanatory notes below.
Please enter your gross pay (£)
Is this monthly
Please enter the numerical part of your tax code (removing all letters)
For example, if your tax code is 1257L enter 1257. (If you are unsure of your tax code enter 1257 which represents the standard personal allowance for a single or married person)
If you have one of these tax codes please select it from the list
Do you pay into a company pension scheme?
Pension Scheme Contribution
Your gross pay is
tax deduction is
Your pension contribution is
Your net pay is
Employer's Pension Contribution
For calculating gross pay from net pay you will need to make an initial guess for the gross figure and then start amending that figure in the appropriate direction until you arrive at the target net pay figure.
Although a directors' National Insurance contributions are generally calculated on a cumulative basis this calculator will always use a Month 1 basis. In practice this will mean that National Insurance contributions provided will vary from those on your payslip if you are a director.
This calculator is designed for the standard National Insurance category, ie. not contracted out of
, and for persons aged between sixteen and retirement age (Category
This calculator is set up to calculate pay and tax details up to an annual salary of £100,000 (£8,333 per month). Gross pay entered in excess of this amount will understate PAYE due.
Please note, our calculator assumes you pay your contributions from NET PAY. The calculations will not be accurate if you pay your pension contributions as part of a salary sacrifice arrangement.