High inflation means that money loses value with each passing month. A minimum wage increase in 2022 will be a certain consolation for low-income earners. The government has decided to increase the minimum salary by PLN 210 total from January. How will this translate into net salaries? At the fair we present calculations of the lowest national salary and higher salaries – note – taking into account the tax changes under the “New Deal” program.
Total 3010 PLN – This is Poland’s minimum wage from 2022 – the government of Mateusz Morawiecki decided. This means an increase in the minimum wage by PLN 210. The minimum hourly wage is expected to be zloty 19.70.00 has increased. The government had until mid-September to make that decision.
This is the cabinet list:
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.
We checked how it translates to the net salaries of Poles if the tax changes provided for in the Polish Chada come into effect.
Accounts available in the gallery:
In line with the procedures, the amount of the increase was sent to the Council for Social Dialogue for consultation in the summer. Then the government proposed the total amount of PLN 200. As we know, the expectations of employers and unions regarding an increase in the minimum wage are quite divergent. If the parties do not agree, the government decides the amount of the minimum wage for the next year by decree. This was the case in previous years and it was this time. According to the regulations, the government can no longer set an amount lower than the amount it proposed earlier..
Salary increase to a total of 3010 PLNThat the employee will receive about 2,210 PLN “on hand” on the current basis. If the salary is calculated taking into account tax changes under the “New Deal” (the legislative process is underway), then the minimum net salary will already be more than PLN 2,363.56.
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