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I earn £18000 pro rata for ten weeks.

This full month I have just worked is gross pay of £1384, National Insurance was £85, Tax Code 1066L therefore PAYE = £0

Shouldn't my gross pay be £1500 though, as I see no other contributions on the slip. (I didn't sign up for pension scheme and I don't pay student loans).

  • Welcome to Money.SE. It's a fair question, but ultimately had no relation to taxes. I've just edited title and tags and you have your answer below. – JTP - Apologise to Monica Aug 26 '15 at 18:09
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It looks like you've been paid for 4 weeks' work, rather than 1 month, based on a 52-week year:

£18,000 / 52 weeks per year * 4 weeks = £1384.62

Ultimately, however, this is question for your employer's accounts department.

  • Thanks it seems so. I think I'll stay aqway from HR to be honest though. – cc6g11 Aug 27 '15 at 7:53

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