Contractor Tax and Take Home Pay Calculator

Contractor Tax & Take Home Pay Calculator | Gorilla Accounting

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Let's be honest, aside from the legal structures, the tax compliance, the PL and EL insurances, what really matters is how much you will take home each month.

Tax is one of life’s certainties and must be paid. Anyone who suggests clever and exotic tax schemes to allow you to take home "90% of your income" etc needs closely looking at and is probably not to be trusted. Tax has to be paid.

However, there are efficient ways of structuring and managing your business that will allow for greater tax efficiencies and ultimately maximise your Take Home Pay. At Gorilla we are experts on such structuring and are here to help you maximise what you take home every month.

Each person's circumstances are different and there is a lot to take into account. The best way to find out your Take Home Pay would be to give us a call on 0330 024 0406 and have a quick chat with one of our expert Contractor/Freelancer Accountants. Alternatively, you can fill in the below calculator to calculate what your Take Home Pay will be after the necessary deductions.


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