Net pay


Net pay

Net pay is the remaining amount after deductions from the gross salary, where net means ultimate.

Example deductions: income taxes, trade union dues, it mean authorized deduction for a retirement

Net pay is the amount left over after deductions from the gross salary.

See also

  • List of countries by average wage
  • List of countries by monthly average wage
  • List of countries in Europe by average wage
  • Compensation of Employees (per hour)
  • Wages and Salaries



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