Gross↔net earning calculator for different countries
Calculator finds out approximated net (so called: take-home) salary and total employee cost for different countries. Let's compare labor cost over the world.

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Results - net salaries in different countries

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CountryGross salaryApproximated net salary
(take-home)
Approximated total employee costApproximated effective tax on employment contract [%]CurrencyYearSource
Poland5000.003550.196030.5041.13PLN2019
Germany5000.002969.745948.3550.07EUR2019
Luxembourg5000.002278.005750.0060.38EUR2019
France5000.003321.007085.0053.13EUR2019
Lithuania5000.003025.005088.5040.55EUR2019
Czechia5000.004219.106700.3737.03CZK2019
Latvia5000.003425.006205.0044.8EUR2019
Romania5000.002925.005113.0042.79RON2019
Netherlands5000.003309.006273.6647.26EUR2019
United States5000.003936.005383.0026.88USD2019

Some facts

  • Money earned by an employee is decreased by various types of taxes or contributions:
    • Total employer cost:
      All money spent by the employer to pay salary for the worker is colloquially called total employer cost. In most tax jurisdictions, total employer cost is not the same as gross salary - it's bigger.
      The total employer cost includes wages, salaries, commisions, employer's part of taxes, social security, health and pension contributions, insurance premiums and other benefits.
    • Gross pay (gross salary):
      The amount agreed between employer and employee is called "gross salary".
      It is the total amount of money an employee receives before taxes and deductions are taken out.
      It's less than total employer cost, as it doesn't include all taxes and benefits paid by employer (look above).
    • Net pay (net salary):
      The amount after deducting all required taxes and contributions is called net sallary or on-hand salary.
  • The amount and the type of paid taxes and contributions depends on both achieved income and form of employment (employment contract, B2B etc.).
  • The amounts for Poland are calculated exactly using our earnings calculator. For other countries, the results are generally approximated and are based on source calculators found on the web.
  • All amounts are calculated for the most general case, i.e. they do not take into account the allowances related to children, the property community with the spouse, or other privileges directed to the selected group.

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