Hourly Wage Calculator

Use our calculator to easily figure out your hourly pay, whether you're working for an employer or for yourself.
It smartly accounts for the actual working days in a year, including leap years and bank holidays. So, you'll see precisely what you're earning for each hour or day you work.
Plus, it factors in the deductions for Tax and National Insurance, giving you a clear picture of your net hourly rate.

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How To Use The Hourly Wage Calculator

Note: We will update this calculator in January with the new National Insurance rates

To calculate the net hourly rate, we consider the following rates:

National Insurance Rates


If you are employed, you will pay Class 1 National Insurance contributions. The rates below are the most common for most employees:

Self Employed

If you are self-employed, you will pay Class 2 and Class 4 National Insurance contributions.

Tax Rates (England)

Band Taxable income Tax rate
Personal Allowance Up to £12,570 0%
Basic rate £12,571 to £50,270 20%
Higher rate £50,271 to £125,140 40%
Additional rate over £125,140 45%

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Disclaimer: Although the calculations are quite accurate, please use the provided information for illustrative purposes only. Do not make any major financial decisions without consulting a qualified specialist.

The daily income calculation accounts for the number of workdays in a year, including leap years, and UK Bank holidays, to precisely determine your daily earnings.