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Calculate the company car tax charge based on a car’s taxable value and CO2 rating. As an employer, if you provide company cars or fuel for your employees’ private use, you’ll need to work out the taxable value so you can report this to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC). Private use’ includes employees’ journeys between home and work, unless they’re travelling to a temporary place of work.Click here to calculate
Budget for your Self Assessment tax bill if you're self-employed
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Income Tax and National Insurance contributions
Estimate how much Income Tax and National Insurance contributions you can expect to pay on your income – and find out how this money gets spent by the Government. The calculator is aimed at people who pay tax through Pay As You Earn (the system used by employers and pension providers to deduct tax from your wages or pension). It's free and easy to use.Click here to calculate
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If you are checking your payroll calculations or running a ‘what if’ calculation for the tax year 2015 to 2016 you can do it using the calculators or manually using tax tables. The figures produced cannot be entered into your payroll software. You can no longer run your payroll manually..Click here to calculate
Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT)
Work out how much SDLT you need to pay when buying or transferring land or property Use this calculator to work out your SDLT for: Residential freehold or leasehold property transactions Non-residential (including mixed) freehold or leasehold property transactions.Read more...
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