Minimum wage 2022 higher than planned. The employer cannot pay less – a net calculation [4.12.21]

The government has decided what the minimum wage will be in 2022. According to the regulation, from January next year, the “lowest national” will increase by PLN 210 gross. From January, the tax changes provided for in the “Polish Deal” program will also come into force, and more money will be left in the pockets of the least earning Poles than initially assumed. How much will the net minimum wage be? What will be the minimum hourly wage? In the gallery, we present calculations for the minimum wage and examples of higher wages.

From the new year The minimum wage in Poland will increase to PLN 3010 gross. The minimum hourly wage from January 2022 will be PLN 19.70 gross. But there are also changes in wages and salaries for those with higher wages. All thanks to the introduction of the “Polish Deal”.

Regulation of the Council of Ministers on the minimum wage in 2022:

From January 1, 2022, the minimum remuneration for work is PLN 3010. From January 1, 2022, the minimum hourly rate is PLN 19.70 “.

Check how the net salaries of Poles will be affected by the tax changes provided for in the “Polish Lada”.

The calculations are available in the gallery:

See the gallery(21 photos)

An increase in salary to PLN 3010 gross meansthat the employee would get around PLN 2,210 “on hand” under the current rules. However, if we calculate the remuneration taking into account tax changes as part of the “Polish Order”, the minimum net salary will amount to over PLN 2,363.56.

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