As the standard personal allowance in the UK has increased to £8,105, many will see a small increase in their net wage, with some now being able to avoid income tax completely if their salary falls short of this threshold. Chris Bell, creator of MySalaryCalculator.co.uk, says for this reason it’s important that employees should verify that they are being paid the correct amount. “In this climate every penny counts, which is why employees should be taking full advantage of increased allowances and tax reductions outlaid in the budget. Using a salary calculator is one way that employees can check that they’re getting a fair deal.”
With the release of the widget, webmasters can now have a salary calculator on their own website. The tool is embedded using one line of code, in a similar way that YouTube videos are now used. The widget itself is a white label product, and includes all of the calculator features available from MySalaryCalculator.co.uk.
“We’ve already seen a number of recruitment agencies use this tool on their website and the response has been really positive. As taxes change each year, this means the calculator needs to be maintained often. Using this tool, companies can avoid the expense and upkeep of developing something similar.”
Webmasters interested in learning more about the salary calculator tool can visit http://www.mysalarycalculator.co.uk for more information.