Use our gross to net calculator to calculate how much of the 300 euro energy price package would remain net.
The energy price flat rate must be paid to all employees subject to income tax this year. The federal government agreed to this at noon today.
However, the amount is subject to personal income tax. You can use our gross-net calculator to determine the amount remaining after all deductions.
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Since the energy price flat rate is to be paid as a one-off wage subsidy, you can deduct the sum of 300 euros from a gross monthly salary. Our gross-net calculator will then tell you how much would actually be left on the net. The self-employed should receive the lump sum via a reduced tax installment.