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2019 - 2020 Tax and NI calculator UK

Budget 2018

This is the tax rates released by the Chancellor Philip Hammond during the Autumn Budget 2018 on 29/10/2018. These rates have been proposed to be active from April 2019 to April 2020.

Closer to the time these rates could get changed as more details are released. I'll keep this page updated.

Personal Allowance 2019 - 2020

What is Personal Allowance? Personal Allowance is the portion of your earning where tax is not applied, making that portion of your earning tax free.

Earning Personal Allowance (per year)
If you are earning up to 100,000 12,500
If you are earning between 100,000 and 125,000 Decreases from 12,500 by 50% of every pound you earn (above 100,000) until it reaches 0
If you are earning 125,000 or more 0
Blind person receive an additional amount of 2390 on top of the personal allowance - blind persons alowanwance is currently unknown so will leave it at this rate for now

Tax Rates 2019 - 2020

These rates apply to different portions of your earning

Your earning [per year after taking away your Personal Allowance amount from your earning] Tax Rate 2019 - 2020 That is
Under your Personal Allowance amount No tax taken 0
0 - 37,500 20% Basic rate
37,501 - 150,000 40% Higher rate
over 150,000 45% Additional rate

National Insurance Rates 2019 - 2020

National Insurance Contribution is payable by everyone, until they have reached the state retirement age. National Insurance pays for their state pension and other state benefits.

Below are Class 1 National Insurance rates which is applied to anyone who's employed.

These rates apply to different portions of your earning

Your Earning [Per year] National Insurance Rate That is
Earnings below 8632 0% No National Insurance contribution is payable
Earnings between 8632 and 50,024 12% Salary minus 8632 = X, 12% of X
Earnings above 50,024 2% 50,024 minus 8632 = 41,392, 12% of 41,392 plus salary minus 50,024 = X, 2% of X

How is tax calculated?

Budget 2018 source

Budget 2018 income tax details: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/budget-2018-documents/budget-2018#tax

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