Phil. Income Tax Calculator

Phil. Income Tax Calculator


Philippine Income Tax Calculator. Perfect for when you are job hunting and want to find the net salary of a job offer. Calculates your income tax given a monthly salary/income and gives you your net income as a result as well as other details. This is based on the Philippine's income tax regulations from 2009 (which I believe hasn't changed to this day). Please inform me if you find any inaccuracies and I will fix it.

Recent changes:
Initial release
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About Phil. Income Tax Calculator
Philippine Income Tax Calculator. Perfect for when you are job hunting and want to find the net salary of a job offer. Calculates your income tax given a monthly salary/income and gives you your net income as a result as well as other details. This is based on the Philippine's income tax regulations from 2009 (which I believe hasn't changed to this day). Please inform me if you find any inaccuracies and I will fix it.

Recent changes:
Initial release

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A Google User
May 23, 2014
Almost accurate. Would be better if govt-mandated deductions are included. Overall, a simple great app!
A Google User
Feb 13, 2014
This app is so helpful. Excellent
A Google User
Nov 3, 2013
Nice and Helpful
A Google User
Oct 22, 2013
Explain the tax rate and other suggestions Just came across this app. It's pretty great. suggestions: -include HHIP in deductions. -option to specify 1.) the age of dependents (allowed is only up to 21years old unless disabled), 2.) the marital status of dependents 3.) Whether natural child/officially adopted or not. Etc -tax rate explanation. You just wrote the percentage but apparently the computation isn't simply multiplying it to the rate you gave. to avoid this confusion, explain it further. (e.g. 8500 + 20%, of excess over 70,000) Cheers
A Google User
Aug 25, 2013
Best Excellent. Is this atomatically updated when their are changes