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Income tax calculator 2019/20

Use Which?'s income tax calculator 2019-20 to work out how much of your salary you'll keep from 6 April 2019, and what income tax rates will be in the 2019-20 tax year.

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This handy calculator will show you how much income tax and National Insurance you'll pay in the 2019-20 tax year, as well as how much of your salary you'll take home.

Just enter in your salary and find out how much income tax and National Insurance you'll pay in the 2019-20 tax year. 

If you pay income taxes in Scotland, simply hit the 'Do you live in Scotland?' tab to make sure you get the right figures.

Income tax calculator 2019-20

Income tax rates in 2019-20

These income tax bands apply to England, Wales and Northern Ireland for the 2019-20 tax year.

Income taxes in Scotland are different. Find out more in our guide to income taxes in Scotland.

  • Income up to £12,500 - 0% income tax. This is your personal tax-free allowance. 
  • Income between £12,501 and £50,000 - 20% income tax
  • Income between £50,001 and £150,000 - 40% income tax
  • Income above £150,001 - 45% income tax

Note that your personal allowance will reduce by £1 for every £2 you earn over £100,000. So, by the time you earn, £125,000, you'll pay income tax on everything you earn and get no personal tax-free allowance.

 

Income tax rates in 2018-19

Income tax bands last year were as follows.

  • Income up to £11,850 - 0% income tax. This is your personal tax-free allowance. 
  • Income between £11,850 and £46,350 - 20% income tax
  • Income between £46,351 and £150,000 - 40% income tax
  • Income above £150,001 - 45% income tax

Note that your personal allowance will have reduced by £1 for every £2 you earn over £100,000. So, if you earned £123,700, income tax will have been charged on everything you earn, and get no personal tax-free allowance.

Do your self-assessment tax return with Which?

Get a head start on your 2018-19 tax return with the Which? tax calculator. Tot up your tax bill, get tips on where to save and submit your return direct to HMRC with Which?.

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