Minimum wage 2022 - "double increase".  You have to get that much - not a penny less! [wyliczenia - 13.02.2022 r.]

From 2022, the minimum wage in Poland has increased. And according to the decree of the Council of Ministers, it was increased by a total amount of 210 PLN. How does this translate to net payments? With the coming of the new year, people earning the minimum wage can enjoy a twofold net increase. The first – due to an increase in the minimum wage, and the second – in connection with more favorable tax adjustments under the “Polish deal” program. What is the minimum wage after the increase? How – due to tax changes – the earnings of people receiving higher amounts have changed. Check in the gallery.

3010 PLN gross is the minimum wage as of January 2022. This is a total increase of PLN 210 compared to last year. After the introduction of tax changes under the “Polish system”, the net calculation of the national minimum is more convenient for the employee – the tax-exempt amount has been increased.

Cabinet regulation regarding minimum wages in 2022:

As of January 1, 2022, the minimum wage for work is PLN 3010. As of January 1, 2022, the minimum hourly wage is PLN 19.70.

Check how the net salaries of Poles are affected by the tax changes provided for by the “Polish Łada”.

Accounts available in the gallery:

Salary increase to a total of 3010 PLNThat the employee will receive about 2,210 PLN “on hand” under the current rules. However, if we calculate the bonus taking into account tax changes as part of the “Polish system”, then the minimum net salary will amount to more than 2,363.56 PLN.

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