Figures based upon 1 EUR = 1 EUR.
In Luxembourg, an income of 55,000.00 EUR / 55,000.00 EUR is more than the lowest average advertised salary of 24,000.00 EUR / 24,000.00 EUR and more than the country's average income of 55,000.00 EUR / 55,000.00 EUR.
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Here are how much some common purchases cost in Luxembourg:
Water Bottle (1.5L) : 1.10 EUR / 1.10 EUR (Price in Luxembourg converted to EUR)
Milk Bottle (1L) : 1.30 EUR / 1.30 EUR (Price in Luxembourg converted to EUR)
Pint of Beer : 5.00 EUR / 5.00 EUR (Price in Luxembourg converted to EUR)
Bread (500g) : 1.94 EUR / 1.94 EUR (Price in Luxembourg converted to EUR)
Chicken Breasts (1kg) : 11.56 EUR / 11.56 EUR (Price in Luxembourg converted to EUR)
Petrol UK Gallon : 5.45 EUR / 5.45 EUR (Price in Luxembourg converted to EUR)
Volkswagen Golf or Equivalent : 21,545.00 EUR / 21,545.00 EUR (Price in Luxembourg converted to EUR)
Broadband Internet Monthly : 48.77 EUR / 48.77 EUR (Price in Luxembourg converted to EUR)
Rent One Bedroom Apt. In City (Monthly) : 1,409.62 EUR / 1,409.62 EUR (Price in Luxembourg converted to EUR)
Purchase One Bedroom Apt. In City : 282,333.45 EUR / 282,333.45 EUR (Price in Luxembourg converted to EUR)
Part of Europe, Luxembourg covers an area of 2,590 square kilometers.
Luxembourg has a Gross Domestic Product (PPP) of 58.74 ($ Billion) from a population of 584,103.
A progressive tax system spread across 23 bands! - from 0% to 42%.
Single employed people are put in the tax class '1' and receive 11,265 EUR as a zero rated tax band.
Before calculating tax, certain deductions can be applied.
All employees have a standard minimum tax deductible expense of 540 EUR for work-related expenses.
Luxembourg allow costs incurred travelling to and from work as a tax deductible expense - up to 2,574 EUR annually!
Tax bands are as follow:
Below 11265 EUR - 0%
Between 11265 EUR and 13137 EUR - 8%.
Between 13137 EUR and 15009 EUR - 9%.
Between 15009 EUR and 16881 EUR - 10%.
Between 16881 EUR and 18753 EUR - 11%.
Between 18753 EUR and 20625 EUR - 12%.
Between 20625 EUR and 22569 EUR - 14%.
Between 22569 EUR and 24513 EUR - 16%.
Between 24513 EUR and 26457 EUR - 18%.
Between 26457 EUR and 28401 EUR - 20%.
Between 28401 EUR and 30345 EUR - 22%.
Between 30345 EUR and 32289 EUR - 24%.
Between 32289 EUR and 34233 EUR - 26%.
Between 34233 EUR and 36177 EUR - 28%.
Between 36177 EUR and 38121 EUR - 30%.
Between 38121 EUR and 40065 EUR - 32%.
Between 40065 EUR and 42009 EUR - 34%.
Between 42009 EUR and 43953 EUR - 36%.
Between 43953 EUR and 45897 EUR - 38%.
Between 45897 EUR and 100002 EUR - 39%.
Between 100002 EUR and 150000 EUR - 40%.
Between 150000 EUR and 200004 EUR - 41%.
Above 200004 EUR - 42%.
A solidarity surcharge is applied for employed people equivalent to 7% of income (up to 150,000 EUR) and 9% (over 150,000 EUR).
Social contributions equate to (8% toward pension, 3.05% toward health capped to 115,000 EUR of income) plus (1.4% of income after 5,769 EUR toward welfare).
Source: XE.com (Currency Conversion).
Source: SalaryExplorer.com (Averages from average salaries in major job categories).
Source: Numbeo.com (Cost of living).
This calculator allows you to calculate income taxes and social contributions equivalent for Luxembourg. You can choose the preferred currency for the input amounts and displayed calculation. For example: If you choose EUR as your preferred currency, then the income entered will be converted to Luxembourg's native currency for the calculation so that correct income equivalent is used. The results will then be shown in EUR and your chosen currency.
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