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Examples of childcare voucher savings

The table below shows examples of the annual savings which childcare vouchers can provide, based on a standard salary sacrifice scheme. Both parents can use childcare vouchers, so families can enjoy double the savings shown.

Annual salary (after deducting your childcare vouchers)Monthly childcare voucher order
£50£100£150£200£243
£0 to £41,865
Basic-rate tax
£192£384£576£768£933
£41,866 to £150,000
Higher-rate tax
£252£504£624 (Based on maximum higher-rate order of £124 a month)
£150,001+
Additional-rate tax
£282£564 (Based on maximum additional-rate order of £97 a month)£620 (Based on maximum additional-rate order of £110 a month)

If you signed up for childcare vouchers before 6th April 2011 and you haven't changed your employer or had a break from vouchers lasting more than 12 months, then you can order up to £243 a month of childcare vouchers even if you are a higher or additional-rate taxpayer.

Your savings from childcare vouchers will depend on your own circumstances, so the savings shown above are for general guidance only. Childcare vouchers can affect your entitlement to tax credits, so please check whether you would be better off with tax credits before signing up for childcare vouchers. You can use our tax credit calculator by clicking here. Alternatively, you can access HMRC's online calculator by clicking here or contact the tax credits helpline on 0345 300 3900. Childcare vouchers can also affect your entitlement to state benefits, such as Statutory Maternity Pay. For more information on how childcare vouchers can affect your benefits, please visit our guide to salary sacrifice.

Savings calculator

Please fill in the form to estimate your childcare voucher savings:

Your gross income for the 2014-15 tax year: £
How often are you paid?    
Do you receive the same amount of basic salary each pay period?    
How many hours do you work each week?    
Your childcare costs: £
Are you contracted-out of the State Second Pension?