# Price of state

Estimate the cost of the state based on following reason. State price is expressed as a percentage respectively share in the redistribution of national GDP.

Employee creates monthly value € 868 (super-gross wage).Then tax him 35.2% employer contributions (the gross wage). Then tax him again 19% income tax and levies 14%. It has been called the net wage. When he spend net wage in a month, the stores will pay 20% VAT.

How many euros you through various taxes and levies from their work to pay the state? As a percentage and as an amount of money (figures are streamlined according to the state in 2013 in the Slovak Republic).

Employee creates monthly value € 868 (super-gross wage).Then tax him 35.2% employer contributions (the gross wage). Then tax him again 19% income tax and levies 14%. It has been called the net wage. When he spend net wage in a month, the stores will pay 20% VAT.

How many euros you through various taxes and levies from their work to pay the state? As a percentage and as an amount of money (figures are streamlined according to the state in 2013 in the Slovak Republic).

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