Our salary calculator allows you to quickly calculate how much you may be able to borrow. This can help with your house search as it will give you an estimated value of what you may be able to borrow. You may want to consider any other outgoings you have, such a personal loans and direct debits as this can have an effect on the amount you're able to borrow. Simply enter your details into our salary calculator. This salary calculator is designed to give you an idea of your estimated borrowing amount based on the salaries of one or two applicants.
Our salary calculator applies a calculation based on either one or two applicants' annual salaries to generate a figure close to what you may be able to borrow from a lender. Please note that every lender has different criteria and it's not a guaranteed offer.
Income tax contributes to many aspects of everyday life. Public services such as the police and fire brigade, as well as amenities like making our roads safe and well maintained, and our libraries and parks accessible.
Paying National Insurance contributes towards being able to access things things like maternity leave, benefits and pensions. You only begin paying National Insurance once you earn more than £157 a week (2017-18 tax year).
It couldn’t be easier. Just follow these simple steps to get instant quote on how much you could borrow. 1. Enter your annual salary before tax 2. Click ‘Calculate’