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Salary Calculator
geoffb




msg:3956910
 11:37 pm on Jul 21, 2009 (gmt 0)

Hi,

A new client has asked me to provide a Salary Calculator on his website.

As far as I can see, the user fills in:

.Payment solutions (Umbrella or CIS)
.Hours worked
.Hourly Rate
.Expenses

and hits Go

This then calculates Net income and returns results.

My client informs me that the info the form needs will be stored in an Exel database, so if the tax/NI costs go up he can just change these in his Exel database quickly.

Has anyone ever done anything like this before, I do have the name of a website with this function on already, but cant post it here.

Cheers for any help.

Geoffb

 

brotherhood of LAN




msg:3958016
 11:48 am on Jul 23, 2009 (gmt 0)

You may want to check out already existing bits of software that do this.

I'd also add overtime + rate of pay in overtime (there may be different scales of this)

'sick pay' would also be a different rate in most cases.

piatkow




msg:3958163
 3:48 pm on Jul 23, 2009 (gmt 0)


I'd also add overtime + rate of pay in overtime

Most places I have worked, where overtime was paid, had separate weekday and weekend rates and sometimes special allowances too.

My experience is that anything the user tells you is absolute and unchangable will change in the lifetime of the project.

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