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Tax calculator for Uber drivers
Find out your net profit and the tax you owe for the 2021/2022 year
As a ride-sharing/Uber driver, you work as an independent contractor, not a company employee. That’s why you’re responsible for the payment of your income taxes. Our Uber Tax Calculator facilitates this process by rendering the exact amount of taxes you own and the related profit. Use this tool to find out what you own to HMRC and ensure you’re not paying more taxes than you should.
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Employee/ Agency income
IncomeFind this information on the TOTAL FOR YEAR section of P60. If you have had multiple jobs you have to add the TOTAL PAY TO DATE field values from the P45 form.
Employee taxesThe value you need to enter can be found in the ”TAX DEDUCTED” section in P60 or the ”TOTAL TAX TO DATE” section in P45.
Self Employed Income
Gross IncomeThe value of TOTAL GROSS is the income from the construction industry or any other independent work activities.
You owe to HMRC.
You can recover a total of
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Frequently Asked Questions
Do I have to file a SELF ASSESSMENT as an Uber driver?
How do I get proof of income from my ride-sharing app?
Do I need a bank statement?
Do I have to pay income tax?
Do UBER drivers receive tax refunds?
What expenses can I deduct for UBER?
To ensure the safety and well-being of its business and its customers, an independent contractor makes several purchases that can be classified as deductible expenses, such as:
Expenses incurred for the welfare and safety of the business may also be deducted.