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How to use the practical gross-net calculator for Austria 2023:
Enter your income in the top line. You can specify this either as a monthly or annual amount. Indicate whether this amount is gross or net. At the end you will see a net income when entering gross. If you change the specification to net, the calculator carries out a reverse calculation process (net gross calculator). No further information is required for a simple calculation of your gross or net income, provided you are in the "Employee" contribution group. Otherwise select "worker", "pensioner" (ASVG/civil servants) or "apprentice".
You want a more precise result?
For an accurate result, you can tailor the calculator to your personal situation with additional information.
The gross-net calculator also includes your family circumstances in the calculation. In the second line of additional information, indicate whether the single-earner or single-parent tax credit is to be applied. For the family bonus+, simply enter the number of children for whom you receive family allowance (for children up to 17 or from 18 years of age).
In the case of "commuter allowance", the tax deduction on travel expenses is determined. The small commuter flat rate here means a distance of 20 kilometers or more, which can be easily covered by public transport. The large commuter flat rate applies from a distance of 2 kilometers or more, which has no or insufficient public transport connections. Enter the exact number of your commuter kilometers below. If the costs of an Öffi ticket (weekly, monthly or annual ticket for public transport) are covered in whole or in part by the employer, please state this.
Normal working hours must be entered to calculate the hourly wage (normal hour or hour of attendance).
The field "benefits in kind" requires information on benefits in kind that you as an employee receive from the employer. It is best to ask your employer which of your benefits in kind are subject to income tax. Under "Exemption amount", enter which part of your income is tax-free.
With the special payments, you can choose whether the holiday bonus or the Christmas bonus should be calculated. In addition, under "Other" (special payments), you can specify a further reference, e.g. 15th salary, balance sheet allowance, bonus, anniversary bonus, bonus, .... This remuneration is taxed taking into account the sixth of the year.
Finally, the gross-net calculator needs information about the federal state and the tax year. The result, with all the details on income tax, social security and special payments, also provides you with information on employer costs. If you would like the employer costs to be calculated, tick the "Display non-wage labor costs" box.
Then click on "Calculate" at the end of the form to start the calculation process and display your personal net or gross income.