Income simulator for employees

Total employer cost

Spent by the company

Gross salary

Gross reference (without bonuses, allowances or increases)

Net salary

Net salary before tax

Net salary after income tax

The net salary paid

How do you calculate net salary?

During the job interview, the employer generally proposes a gross salary. This amount includes the employee's social security contributions, which are deducted from the "net" salary received by the employee.

You can use our simulator to convert gross pay into net pay: simply enter the pay advertised in the gross pay box. The simulation can be refined by answering the various questions (fixed-term contract, executive status, overtime, part-time work, meal vouchers, etc.).

Net salary (received by the employee) is equal to Gross salary (stated in the employment contract) minus employee contributions (pension, social security contributions, etc.).

In addition, since 2019,income tax has been deducted at source. To do this, the Direction Générale des Finances Publiques (DGFiP) sends the employer the tax rate calculated from the employee's tax return. If the tax rate is unknown, for example in the first year of employment, the employer uses the neutral rate .

How do I calculate the cost of hiring?

If you're looking to hire, you can calculate the total cost of remunerating your employee, as well as the corresponding employer and employee contributions. This will enable you to define the level of remuneration, knowing the overall cost to your company.

In addition to salary, our simulator takes into account the calculation of benefits in kind (telephone, company car, etc.), as well as compulsory health insurance.

There are also deferred hiring subsidies which are not all taken into account by our simulator. You can find them on the official portal.