Salary survey and salary calculator

Salary is always delicate point during negotiation.
There is no rules salary discussion but there salary survey.
A few minutes I've found such one. Check this out.
Also if you plan to move to another country and you'll face with tax.
Often we don't know laws and that's why it's hard to estimate salary.
I was trying to find out some calculator and find :)
For example if we just google "salary calculator" we'll find following:

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Tori Bug

11 January 2008 at 10:46

Good salary calculator for Switzerland:

Good Luck! ;)

Mykhailo Poliarush

11 January 2008 at 20:54

it might be good but i don't understand neither deutche nor fran├žais nor italiano. :)
I assume Switzerland has high tax more than 35%.

Tori Bug

12 January 2008 at 11:56

:)Swiss taxes are the lowest in Europe - 7-20%

Mykhailo Poliarush

12 January 2008 at 15:27

I don't believe that might be less than 10% %). In what cases it's possible? If you're married and have 6 children ?!?!?!

Tori Bug

12 January 2008 at 16:35

Read official documents. You can make own investigation and share your result in this blog.

Mykhailo Poliarush

12 January 2008 at 16:47

Agreed. I'll find out. :)

Jimmie Menon

14 July 2014 at 15:40

I also like this format but make sure that before each payday, you will need to let the service know of any changes that will affect the upcoming payroll. These changes can include information such as number of hours worked for hourly employees, changes in tax status, new hires, or terminations. I am a Payroll Services Guelph in Canada and it is important to follow all information regarding payroll.

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