Scotland Pay Rise Calculator
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The Scotland pay rise calculator provides visibility of the true impact of a pay rise after payroll deductions like income tax. You can calculate your pay rise in a number of ways (see the instructions below) and see how this affects your take home pay.
Supported Tax Years
How to use the Scotland Pay Rise Calculator
The Scotland pay rise calculator is a powerful tool. You can calculate your pay rise in by entering either:
- Your original salary and your pay rise percentage. The Scotland pay rise calculator will then calculate your new income.
- Your original salary and your new salary. The Scotland pay rise calculator will then calculate the pay rise percentage.
Once the pay rise percentage and new salary are calculated, the tool will then provide a comparison of the payroll deductions on your original salary and your salary after the pay rise is applied and produce an illustration of how your take home pay is increased by the pay rise.
There are two parts to the instructions for using the Scotland pay rise calculator from this point, we explain the general features of our tax calculators in these instructions, below we discuss the instructions for using the Scotland pay rise calculator.
Scotland Pay Rise Calculator - Quick Calculation Instructions
The quick pay rise calculation provides the results below the calculator and requires the minimum input to calculate income tax, payroll deductions and take home pay.
- Select either the Percentage Rise or Fixed Amount Rise depending on how your pay rise is provided.
- Enter your original Income, for most people this is their annual salary.
- Enter either the Pay Rise percentage (if you selected Percentage Rise at step one) or Income after Pay Rise (if you selected Fixed Amount Rise at step one)..
- Click on the Calculate button.
Scotland Pay Rise Calculator - Detailed Calculation Instructions
The detailed pay rise calculations allows you to compare your take home pay and payroll deductions for your original income and your new income after the pay rise is applied.
- To use the detailed Pay Rise Calculator and tools, click on the Detailed Calculation icon in the tax calculator ribbon bar
- Follow the guidance provided in the Quick Calculation Instructions
- [Optional] Edit the factors which determine income tax and payroll calculations. For details on what each of these inputs determine, please see the detailed instructions on the Scotland Income Tax Calculator.
The detailed VAT calculations will then be displayed under the calculator, in addition, the results will be added to the VAT Calculation Tables (which will appear below when using the detailed VAT calculator). You have the option to remove VAT entry rows as required by clicking on the delete button.
Scotland Income Tax Tables
The Scotland pay rise calculator uses information from the Scotland tax tables to calculate the various payroll deductions using your original salary and your new salary after applying the pay rise. This includes a comparison of the take home pay after the pay rise is applied so that you can understand how your pay rise really affects you on a day-to-day basis.