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    • By sporty1 8th Sep 17, 10:47 PM
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    paying right tax ?
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    paying right tax ? 8th Sep 17 at 10:47 PM
    hi my daughter is not married has a main job works full time, she has a salaried wage , so never no overtime etc
    monthly gross is 1499.67 monthly it says tax BR she is paying without looking again approx. 280-290 per month tax and around 120 NI
    basically she only just brings home approx. 1,0048 by time deductions have been made is that about right...it seems a lot to me ?

    she does have a casual job part time occasionally when she can fiit it in for about 6 hrs that wage says TAX DO rate on about 56 wage she brings home about 34 ??

    anyone any ideas if firstly the iat main job she has that is about right tax she shoul be paying as it seems a lot to be deducted 400 out of a 1,499.67p monthly wage
    thanks in advance
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