£150 After Tax

If you earn £150 salary per year, you will take home £13 every month after £0 tax, and £0 national insurance is deducted by your employer from your £13 monthly gross salary.


This £13 is the sum that you usually see on your payslip, marked as NET PAY.

(includes student loan, pension contributions, and many more).

Your gross hourly rate will be £0.08 if you are working 40 hours per week.

Because your yearly earnings fall into the tax free income band (which is from £0 to 12,500 a year, or £1,042 a month), you won't pay any tax on your £150 salary.

Apart from tax, you'll also have to pay National Insurance. You'll pay £0 National Insurance in the 2020 - 2021 tax year (or £0 per month).

Salary calculations for £150 done using the latest official 2020 - 2021 tax rates from HMRC.

Salary

  • Gross
  • Tax
  • NI
  • NET

Year

  • £150
  • £0
  • £0
  • £150

Month

  • £13
  • £0
  • £0
  • £13

Week

  • £3
  • £0
  • £0
  • £3

Hour

  • £0.08
  • £0.00
  • £0.00
  • £0.08
  • Gross
  • Tax
  • NI
  • NET

Year

  • £150
  • £0
  • £0
  • £150
  • Gross
  • Tax
  • NI
  • NET

Month

  • £13
  • £0
  • £0
  • £13

Extra info regarding your £150 salary


Personal allowance

One important fact about your £150 yearly salary is that you have a personal allowance of £12,500 this tax year. This means that you won't pay any tax on your salary, as your earnings fall below the yearly personal allowance.

Taxable amount

As you are earning below the personal allowance, your taxable amount will be £0. You'll only start paying tax on the sum that you are earning above the personal allowance.

(includes student loan, pension contributions, benefits-in-kind, dividends, and many more).

Amount liable for NI

As you are earning below the yearly national insurance threshold of £9,500, you won't pay any national insurance on your earnings.

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