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The average salary for a Tax Manager is £69,131 per year in United Kingdom. Salaries estimates are based on 870 salaries submitted anonymously to Glassdoor by a Tax Manager employees in United Kingdom.
The highest salary for a Tax Manager in United Kingdom is £83,483 per year.
The lowest salary for a Tax Manager in United Kingdom is £57,890 per year.
If you are looking to increase your salary as a tax manager, consider additional training and qualifications. While most positions in tax management require a bachelor's degree, those with postgraduate degrees in accounting can command higher salaries than their peers. The Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) or the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT), can give your career a boost and help you earn more money as they offer a range of courses and qualifications to help you specialise in different areas of tax management.
Location can also impact your salary. Some tax managers may choose to move to higher-paying areas, such as London or other major cities, to increase their earning potential. However, it's important to consider the cost of living in these areas, as this may offset any salary gains.
To secure a higher salary, you can either find a new job as a tax manager or ask for a pay rise in your current position. Either way, you can negotiate a higher salary by following a few tips: Ensure you are aware of the average salary for tax managers in your area before asking for a pay rise or searching for vacancies, and remember to always ask for a little more than what is being offered.
For new positions, say something simple such as, "I was hoping you could go up to X amount on the salary." After you ask, stop and give the other person time to think and respond. Above all, when asking for a pay rise, prepare well ahead of time.
About 70.82% of Tax Manager professionals feel satisfied with their salary, according to anonymous Glassdoor ratings. An additional £4,283 in potential pay per year, among other factors, can qualify the annual pay of a Tax Manager in United Kingdom as a good salary.
Tax Manager professionals in United Kingdom have a wide total pay range, between £49,674 and £100,269 depending on experience, with an estimated total pay of £69,131 following the average career path of a Tax Manager.