Umbrella Take Home Pay Calculator

Unsure how much money you'll actually take home once tax is taken into account? Use our Umbrella simple calculator to work it out.

When you're working through an umbrella company, it can often be tricky to work out exactly how much money you will end up taking home on a weekly/monthly basis. Once tax is taken into account, your actual income can be hard to calculate.

Our Umbrella Take Home Pay Calculator can give you a snapshot of your earnings within seconds. Simply move the slider to reflect the gross amount you earn, and it will show how much you'll take home after tax is taken into account.

 

Unsure how much you could be earning?

 
 

Our simple calculator will help you find out!

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One of the main difficulties contractors face when working for themselves is calculating how much you can afford to spend, month-by-month. Not having a clear view on how much tax you are paying before beginning a new assignment can lead to unexpected surprises when you realise you have paid more than you were expecting to pay.

This is why our Umbrella Take Home Pay Calculator is so useful; it gives you a good idea of how much of your earnings are actually yours, and how much goes to HMRC as tax. This gives you the ability to save and plan for the future, which is something umbrella contractors often struggle with when taking on many different assignments.

Of course, you might find that you could be taking home more if you went limited, which is a possibility. While the increased pay might not be worth it for some, for others it might be a good idea to make the switch. Use our Limited and Umbrella Calculator and see for yourself which option could be better for you.

Why Brookson One?

As specialist contractor accountants, we can help with more than just calculating your Umbrella Take Home Pay.

With over 20 years experience helping self-employed professionals make the most of their finances, we can help you increase the amount you earn as well as freeing up valuable time for you to focus on paid work. We can help make sure you're paying yourself in the most tax-efficient way, increasing the amount of your income that you can take home.

If you'd like to learn more about how we can help you, you can always book a free consultation to chat to one of our highly trained advisors. Alternatively, if you would like to read more about your working options, you can download one of our free guides below for more information.

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Choosing Your Working Options

This guide is ideal for anyone considering the various self-employment working options, from running a limited company, working as a sole trader or working through an umbrella company.



Setting up a Limited Company

This guide will help you understand what is involved in forming and running your own Limited Company.





Working Through an Umbrella Company

This guide is ideal for anyone considering working through an umbrella company. It provides a jargon free overview of the Brookson Umbrella service, along with the key benefits.



Expenses for Limited Companies

This guide will help give you a better understanding of how expenses can affect your tax bill and examples of what is and is not classed as an expense. 




 

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