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Part time teaching

Discussion in 'Career clinic' started by kerry_h_1981, Oct 22, 2015.

  1. kerry_h_1981

    kerry_h_1981 New commenter

    Hi,
    I am currently on maternity leave after having my second child. I want to return to work part time (ideally 3 days) but am yet to have this agreed.
    Does anyone know how I calculate what my salary would be so I can work out if I can afford it?
     
  2. TheoGriff

    TheoGriff Star commenter

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    Congratulations on that new baby! I hope you are managing to get some sleep at night. ;)

    Well, three days is 60%, so you would get 60% of your salary. Calculating the Tax and N.I is a bit tricky, but it would overall work out that you would receive a bit more than 60% of what you used to have as take-home pay.

    Don't forget child care costs, by the way.

    Here is my advice article on how to apply for part time. Hope it's helpful.

    Applying to go part-time - for (almost) any employee from 30 June 2014

    Best wishes

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  3. kerry_h_1981

    kerry_h_1981 New commenter

    Thanks very much! I thought it was just the 60% and then decided that it can't be that easy to work out!
     
  4. TheoGriff

    TheoGriff Star commenter

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    Good luck!

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  5. scattykatty

    scattykatty New commenter

    Actually I was pleasantly surprised with my first part-time pay packets: don't forget that (unless you have income from elsewhere) you'll pay a lot less tax on that 60%... Good luck! I can't remember the exact tax free allowance and it depends on tax credits I think - don't quote me - but it meant I only got taxed on about £5000 a year at 20% instead of £15000
     

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