In relation to Belgian Social Security 2015, the employee’s social security share of taxes is 13.07% of the total gross compensation. The employers’ share can… Read More
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National Insurance tax and employee insurance contributions are levied on non-residents and residents alike, under a number of varying regulations. Dutch Social Security 2015 :… Read More
Whether a Resident or a Non-Resident, employees working in Luxembourg are required to pay Luxembourg social security 2015 contributions on their gross salary and all… Read More
The contribution amounts for Social Security in Italy depend mainly on the relationship between the company and the individual in question. Italian Social Security 2015:… Read More
German Social Insurance is a legal insurance system, playing a principal role in Germany’s overall Social Security. Founded on the unity of the community of… Read More
The main income tax is levied on individuals as PIT (Personal Income Tax), known as IRPEF (Imposta Sui Redditi Delle Personne Fisiche). An individual is… Read More