I would like to know first hand what percent of my gross salary would I have to pay to the German IRS ? I have a proposal of 3000 euro per month gross – what will be my net salary per month?. Can someone sort this mystery for me? Some websites show me that at this rate it would come down to 1600 euros per month – is this true?
Thank you very much,
Maybe it would be better to contact an accountant familiar with German tax code? Or else maybe try posting on a forum specifically for European taxes.
Thank you very much for your responses JamiGibbs and Blooming yeah, that’s what I thought (1600) but wanted to experience a first-hand opinion Oh well, they do have high taxes, but they also have some very cool things (one of the best health systems, etc)
It depends. If you have non-EU citizenship and got a work permit, you’ll pay only 20 – 30%. If you don’t need any permits and you have EU citizenship and just move to another EU country, taxes should be lower anyway. Passed these procedures 3 months ago