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|Tax Code||Annual Gross Pay||Annual Take Home Pay||Effective Tax Rate|
By default, this calculator applies the Independent Earner Tax Credit (IETC) for incomes which would qualify. The IRD calculator does not include this. You can disable this under the IETC settings.
This calculator also splits PAYE and ACC into two separate values. The IRD calculator combines these. If you want them combined, there is a setting under the advanced tab or you can apply it in your User Profile.
The calculator tries to guess whether your income is hourly or weekly. If it's wrong, you can adjust the threshlolds under the Advanced settings.
Below are the PAYE tax rates for .
If you know the rates, you can adjust all of the individual settings. For more recent years, you can set the year under the Advanced settings.
You can enable a subtotal view of these values under the advanced settings tab or in your User Profile Settings. When enabled, it will then appear on the results table.
Check the "secondary income" box. In the Secondary settings, put the gross value of all of your other income (including primary income) into the box. Then calculate the secondary portion.
- Enter the full time salary in the main income box
- Open the "General" options
- Enter the reduced number of hours you will be working in "Hours worked per week"
- Check the "Enable Proration" checkbox
- Enter the "Full-time equivalent hours"
- Press the "Calculate" button
A tax credit for salary or wage earners whos income is within a certain band and who do not collect any other credits from the government.
To see if you qualify and for more information, visit the IRD website.
Some employers may quote you a "package" salary which includes their contribution to your KiwiSaver. This reduces your gross pay to compensate their obligation to contribute to KiwiSaver. So the result is you pay for both portions towards KiwiSaver - your contribution and your employers contribution.
You can enable this on the PAYE Calculator under the KiwiSaver options.
Payroll Giving is the system used to donate to registered charaties directly through your payroll provider at the time you get paid. The advantage of donating via this method is that you don't need to claim a rebate at the end of the tax year, the tax credits are automatically applied in the pay run.
Not every month has exactly four weeks, so we use different maths.
1 year / 26 fortnights
1 year / 12 months
The adult minimum wage is .
The starting-out and training minimum wage is 80% of the adult minimum wage or .
There is no minimum wage for employees under 16 years of age.
Your tax code is displayed when calculating your take home pay.
Ensure you enable all of the appropriate settings for your situation, such as: Student Loan and/or Secondary Income if applicable.
The PAYE Calculator will auto calculate your saved Main gross salary. You can change the calculation by saving a new Main income.
To stop the auto-calculation you will need to delete your saved PAYE Calculator data from your User Profile settings.
Yes, you can use specially formatted urls to automatically apply variables and auto-calculate.
This is required for the link to work. It can be any hourly, weekly or annual before tax income.
The percentage you contribute towards KiwiSaver. The default assumes you have opted out.
Apply this if you have a student loan. The default assumes you don't have a loan.
Hours worked per week
The default assumes you work 40 hours per week.
For example, if you earn $42 per hour, work 45 hours per week, have a student loan and contrubte 3% towards KiwiSaver your URL would look like