Gross Income Calculator
Purpose of use
You can use this Calculator if your employer is based in another country and you have agreed with them that you will be paid a net amount. Your employer pays you your net compensation and takes care of your income tax in Finland. They will not collect the paid taxes from you later.
This Calculator gives you an estimate of the correct gross income. It is the sum of two components: your net pay + the taxes that your employer pays on your behalf. Use the Calculator when your net pay is your only employment income during the year, and your employer has not agreed to cover taxes on any other income you may have. The income tax paid by your employer is added to your income for the year when you received your net pay.
For more information, see the www.tax.fi guidance article ”Employment contracts that define the employee's pay in 'net' terms”, designed for employees working in Finland whose employer is based in another country.
Amounts included in the net pay
Net pay as it is defined in Finland for tax purposes includes all payments paid to the employee or on their behalf on which the employer pays the taxes. They include:
- Cash pay
- Fringe benefits
- Mandatory charges paid by the employer in another country on behalf of the employee.
Calculated Finnish tax
Calculated Finnish tax is the tax to be paid on your taxable pay from employment. Your taxable gross income is the sum of net pay and calculated Finnish tax.
If the result of the calculation corresponds to the final tax, you will not get back tax or tax refunds.
Some deductions and credits are granted automatically during the assessment procedure; others are claimed by the taxpayer. Pension and unemployment insurance contributions are also deducted automatically.
Illustration of an employee's taxation in Finland
|Net pay for the calculation of taxable gross income
|Calculated Finnish tax
|Taxable gross income (85,000.00+56,187.62)
|Tax paid by the employer during the tax year
|Final tax in the year following the tax year (determined in the assessment process)
|Back tax (determined in the assessment process)
How to enter the numbers
Enter the amounts in euros with no more than two decimals, the comma being the separator character between euros and cents.
Therefore for €1,000.25 you must type 1000,25.
Click Info for guidance
For more information on what to enter in any field click the Info symbol (i). Help will open up in a new window.
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