In the UK there's a type of income tax called "National Insurance", similar to regular income tax. http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/ni/ What is the rationale for having this separate income tax? How does it ...
I understand that in the UK national insurance is a deduction made to your salary. I have seen this question/answer, that lists 2 very good websites that breakdown your take home pay for UK residents. ...
My company are starting a scheme where I reduce my gross salary by the amount I pay into our pensions. They increase their pension contribution by the same amount, saving us both National Insurance ...
I paid myself from my own company last year but did not issue myself a P60 with we closed the company back in December 2010. It's now time to do my tax return and I am unsure what the exact figures of ...
I've recently been trying to calculate different take home amounts from different salaries, and have ended up getting confused over how the different tax brackets work. If I try to calculate the ...
Pretty much as the title states, roughly how does it equate to a job in the south (say, Bristol), compared to a job in the north (say, Leeds)?