Polish insurance calculator
Online calculator for ZUS payments of a polish worker. For given gross earnings amount it computes all mandatory insurance contributions in Poland. It displays the part paid by the worker and also by the employer. All the values are given as Polish Zlotys and also as percentage.

# Tax year and earnings

 Year of work 2019201820172016201520142013201220112010200920082007 (from July)2007 (to June) Gross earnings zł Accident insurance %

# Paid contributions

 Employer Employee Total Fund % zł % zł % zł Pension insurance 9.76 292.80 9.76 292.80 19.52 585.60 Disability insurance 6.5 195.00 1.5 45.00 8 240.00 Sickness insurance 0 0.00 2.45 73.50 2.45 73.50 Accident insurance 1.8 54.00 0 0.00 1.8 54.00 Labour Fund (FP) 2.45 73.50 0 0.00 2.45 73.50 Fund of Guaranteed Employee Benefits (FGŚP) 0.1 3.00 0 0.00 0.1 3.00 Total 20.61 618.30 13.71 411.30 34.32 1029.60

# What is this for

This calculator is useful when you want to calculate exact distribution of employee's salary components among different social funds in Poland. It also displays employer's costs and total value (employer+employee).

# What is the meaning of each calculator field ?

• Year of work - select the year of the employment.
Every year is slightly different. The employment taxation rules and rates in Poland are little bit changing from time to time. Most of the time the changes are just minor adjustments to rates (numbers, factors, percentages). When you select the year of the employment here, the calculator will use the rules and rates for particular year.
This calculator supports all years from 2007 to 2018 and we will update it every year to follow changes of the labour law and tax rates in Poland.
• Gross earnings - gross (pre-tax) salary agreed in work contract.
• Accident insurance - employer pays it if:
• you have employment contract (PL: umowa o pracę),
• you have job order contract (PL: umowa zlecenie) or contract to perform a specific task (PL: umowa o dzieło) and you work on-site.
This contribution is computed as a percent of gross earning. Following rules are applied to find proper rate:
• For a company that claims less than 9 insured workers - the rate is the same for all employees and equals to 50% of the highest interest rate set for a given contribution year for all occupational groups.
• For a company that reports at least 10 insured workers - the rate is different for each employee. It's based on the occupational group of the employed person and the tables given by Minister of Labor and Social Policy. The rate can vary from 0.67% to almost 4%. It also depends on the period, when work occurs (the tables change from time to time).

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