Net salary calculator 2022
As an employee in the Czech Republic, you could be eligible to receive certain credits and relief on taxes. Use our calculator to find what your net salary will look like after these benefits and your insurance payments!
What is the minimum salary in the Czech Republic?
The minimum gross salary in 2022 is 16,200 CZK.
What is the average salary in the Czech Republic?
The average salary in the Czech Republic in 2022 is 38 911 CZK.
How much tax will I pay from my Czech salary?
Your income tax is 15% for gross salary under 155 644 CZK, or 23% for gross salary over 155 644 CZK.
How much from my Czech salary will I pay in social security and insurance?
Income tax, social security, and health insurance is paid to Czech authorities by full-time employers and employees receive a net salary. Social security and health insurance are paid by both employee and employer. Employees are charged 6.5% social security and 4.5% health insurance from their gross salary. The employer is charged 24.8% social security and 9% health insurance from the gross salary.
What is the difference between a tax discount and a tax credit?
Tax discount is tax relief that can be deducted from your income tax amount from your gross salary. Life insurance, bank interest for mortgage, having a spouse with income under 68,000 CZK a year, and your annual tax discount can be applied as a tax discount. Tax credit is a payment refund from the financial tax office depending on your income. If your income tax is higher than your tax discount, then tax credit can be used as a tax discount for tax deduction. The tax credit is applied for kids under 21 years old and only one parent can claim the child tax credit.
Does my health insurance cover my family health care?
If you are an EU resident, your unemployed spouse and children should be insured under the same company. Children and spouses on maternity leave have insurance coverage free of charge.
Calculating your net salary in the Czech Republic
The Czech super-gross salary and solidarity tax was cancelled beginning 1.1.2022. As employers don't need to pay additional income tax for employees in super-gross salary, it might affect employees' net gross Czech Republic salary, and employees can earn higher clean salaries.
Czech employees with high wages always paid solidarity tax. The solidarity tax has been cancelled from 1.1.2022 but tax rates have changed, as follows:
- Tax rate up to 155 644 CZK monthly gross salary is 15%
- Tax rate over 155 644 CZK monthly gross salary is 23%
You can see examples explaining this below:
Example 1: working mother with two children
Gross salary: 35 000 CZK/month
Deposit income tax BEFORE discounts (15% from 35 000 CZK): 5 250 CZK
- Credit for tax payer: 3000 CZK
- Tax discount for the first child: 1 267 CZK
- Tax discount for the second child: 1 860 CZK
Deposit income tax AFTER discounts = - 877 CZK
Insurance paid by the employee:
6.5 % social tax = 2 275 CZK
4.5% health insurance = 1 575 CZK
Net salary after deposit income tax and insurance = 32 027 CZK
Insurance paid by her employer:
24.8 % social tax = 8 680 CZK
9 % health insurance = 3 150 CZK
If your annual salary is 48 times higher than an average salary ( 38 911 CZK/month) – then your salary is considered to be “exceptionally high” in the Czech Republic and you will no longer pay a solidarity tax. A new tax rate is ready to take over solidarity tax‘s job and charge you 23% for every Czech Crown which passes the limit of your exceptionally high salary.
Gross salary: 200 000 CZK/month
The limit for a monthly gross salary with a possibility of 15% tax rate is 155 644 CZK.
200 000 CZK – 155 644 CZK (15% tax rate) = 44 356 CZK (23% tax rate) (amount over limit)
155 644 x 15 % = 23 346 CZK
44 356 x 23 % = 10 201 CZK
33 547 CZK – 3 000 CZK (credit for a tax payer) = 30 547 CZK – Total month tax
How much will I make after taxes? Your Czech net salary calculator
One of the most common and first questions people ask and want to know when they to begin working in the Czech Republic is “How much I will make after taxes” Tax rates in Czech Republic can be a little difficult to understand at first, but are very manageable and will make more sense the more you get familiar with them. Our quick and handy net salary calculator will help you figure out how much you will be earning after taxes in the Czech Republic. Having a good handle on how the process works and how much you will be earning can make your life here much easier to plan.
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