Social security contributions in detail

Currently, the total social tax payable for each employee is 35.09% of their salaries (11% is the employee’s part and 24.09% is the employer’s part).

Social security covers the risk of loss of income to a person or his or her dependants due to age, unemployment, accident at work or occupational illness, disability, sickness, maternity, childcare, or expenditure in connection with the death of the person or his or her dependants.

As of 2018, social security contributions also cover health insurance. The maximum amount of social contributions is EUR 55,000 per year.

In addition, solidarity tax is payable by those whose income exceeds the maximum contribution. The solidarity tax rate is 35.09% and is calculated on the amount exceeding the maximum contribution.

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Author: COBALT

Date: March 2019


Note: All currency conversions into EUR were made on 1 February 2019, using a mid-market rate.

 

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