While the rise in fuel prices gained momentum, the government added a simulator to its employees this Thursday, so they obtained the gains in purchasing power from their measurements. It can be accessed from Economie.gouv.fr.
As of January 1, 2018, CSG has increased by 1.7 points for everyone. In turn, employees paid less social security contributions. The rate of 0.75% for health insurance was abolished and the unemployment rate of 2.40% fell to 0.95%. For a worker with a gross salary of 2000 euros, this represents an increase of € 10.60 in his net salary.
Since October, the disease contribution has been removed. For the same employee, this means a gain of 19 Euros on the salary slip.
Social protection financing
The simulator also includes an example of a payslip to visualize which lines develop. The government is talking about ın net salary gain değiş because you must understand that the increase is only in net salary, and your gross salary does not change unless your employer gives you an increase. The government has no hand.
Simply put, fewer contributions were paid to finance social protection. On the contrary, pensioners, such as unemployment benefit, who are not eligible according to the definition, now finance an increase of 1.7 percentage points without supporting a 60% increase by supporting the increase in CSG. they
An employee, who received 2000 gross monthly euros compared to 2017, will see a net salary increase of € 184.14 this year and € 355.14 in 2019.