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Calculated: as much as it will cost you boss if you are 100 euro stores get The tax shift the burden to the employer to fall. However, there is a large shift does not occur. And so, Belgium remains one of the most expensive countries for employers. That is apparent when you the difference calculates between what an employee's net will receive and what an employer before neertelt.

On 1 January, the third phase of the tax shift into effect. Thanks to this measure, employees receive monthly at least 36 euro net extra (under an unchanged gross wage), and that without the employers a single cent more cost. For Danielle Vanwesenbeeck, Flemish parliament for Open VLD and CEO of direct marketing agency MASTERmail that sounds like music in the ears: “Since a year and a day already ask employers for the wage costs down. Under the government Michel is there to listen. On the wages of workers, we pay now, for example, 25 instead of 33 per cent social security contributions. But that the work was not finished is clear. In comparison with other West-European countries continues to labour here is expensive.”

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Employer pays more than the double

How expensive, appears from the simulation of the hr service provider SD Worx. That illustrates the difference between the wages that an employee monthly on the account (= net income) and the amount that an employer therefore monthly pay. “If an employee 2.056 euro net in his bank account, then the employer itself, more than 4.100 euro for down. Almost the double,” analyzes Geert Vermeir, manager the legal knowledge centre of SD Worx. “That difference increases as a worker earns more. At a given time evolves even triple.”

The exercise also makes clear what it is for an employer, to his employee 100 euros net earnings. Geert Vermeir is when the calculation is left of a worker (married, no dependent children) that 3,000 euros gross earn, slightly less than the mediaanloon in Belgium. “To that employee a net wage increase of 100 euros to give, should the employer gross pay 230 euro to rise. In addition, he must reckon with increased employer contributions: in lieu of 800 euros will he have 880 euros set aside will. To 100 euro storage, the employer must, therefore, itself over 300 euros ‘investment’.”

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