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Umbrella Company Pay and the UK Tax System: A Contractor’s Guide

 

One of the things contractors working with umbrella companies have to get used to is that their pay, and therefore their income tax, varies according to how much they work. If you work more in a particular week or month, you’ll earn more and you’d expect to pay more tax in that period. However, sometimes the variable nature of contractor pay can combine with the UK PAYE system to produce unexpected variations, so you can pay a different amount of tax on the same amount of pay, at least in the short term. The aim of this guide is to explain how the system works, so you can predict when your tax might vary. Download our free guide to learn more. 

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Umbrella Company Pay and the UK Tax System: A Contractor’s Guide

It’s important to note that, as long as you have a standard tax code, you’ll pay the same amount of tax in the long term, whenever you’re actually paid. In this guide we’ll also explain what to do if you have a non-standard tax code Download this guide to find out more. 

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UK Tax system guide for contractors