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About this app

Gross-Net will calculate for you other components of remuneration for workers in Poland, based on the given gross or net amount. The amount may be given in the form of a mathematical formula (e.g. 3000+(2*250)+150).

The following bases for work performance are available:
* contract of employment (umowa o pracę)
* contract of mandate (umowa zlecenie)
* contract to perform specific work (umowa o dzieło)
* appointment (powołanie)

The following components of worker's remuneration are calculated:
* gross remuneration
* net remuneration,
* total ZUS (social security) contributions,
* retirement pension contribution,
* disability pension contribution,
* sickness insurance contribution,
* withheld health insurance contribution,
* deducted health insurance contribution,
* withholding tax (PIT).

The following remuneration components on employer's side are also calculated:
* total ZUS contributions,
* retirement pension contribution,
* disability pension contribution,
* accident insurance contribution,
* Labour Fund (FP) contribution,
* Guaranteed Employee Benefits Fund (FGŚP) contribution,
* total cost of employment.

The amount of accident insurance contribution, on employer's side, is set at a default value of 1,67%. This value can be modified.

Results of calculation can be saved to a text or an image file (JPG) and then sent by Email or shared on social media.

The app has also a calculator for overtime pay.

The app is also compatible with Android Wear watches. Remuneration components for the same contracts as in the mobile application can be calculated on your Android Wear watch.

Company logos in the app are used with the consent of BRK Sp. z o.o.
Updated on
Dec 11, 2023

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