How is the net salary calculated?
But the recipe is obviously kept secret. However, to convert a salary gross in net easily and from your head, you just need to deduct 23% of the amount of your salary raw. However, if you are a public service employee, then you will have to deduct 15% of the amount of your salary gross and not 23%.
In fact, approximately 22% of the gross must be deducted to obtain the net. Example of calculation: an employer offers you a gross salary of 3000 euros per month. You must deduct approximately 22% of employee social security contributions, i.e. 0, = 660. Your net salary will therefore be approximately equal to 2340 euros.
If you wish to obtain the net salary from a gross salary, this often proves to be very complex. Indeed, when you observe a payslip, you notice a very large number of lines of social contributions which are deducted from the amount of gross salary.
Here is an example to illustrate these remarks: I am an employee of the private sector and my monthly salary is 1700 euros GROSS. My NET salary will therefore be: 1700 – (1700 X 23)/1 euros. Unfortunately, this quick calculation method remains approximate.
The net salary is the one received at the end of the month. The gross salary is that announced during a job interview. Convert the gross salary into net salary (or vice versa): hourly, monthly, annual and according to the employment contract (non-executive, executive, independent status).