While the boom on fuel prices increased, the government set up an online employee simulator on Thursday, so they can see the gain in purchasing power generated by the measures. It is available at economie.gouv.fr.
From 1 January 2018 CSG increased by 1,7 points for all. In turn, employees paid less social security contributions. That is from 0.75% for health insurance abolished, and 2.40% for unemployment insurance was reduced to 0.95%. For a worker whose gross salary is 2000 euros, this represents an increase of 10.60 euros in his net wage.
Since October, the contribution to illness has also been abolished. For this same employee, this is a profit of 19 euros on the payroll.
Social welfare financing
The simulator also includes an example of paislip to visualize which lines have developed. The government talks about "net earnings", because you have to understand that the increase is only on net earnings, your gross salary has not changed unless your employer has given you an increase, but then there is no hand at the top of government.
Simply, you paid less contributions to fund social care. In contrast, pensioners who did not pay benefits for which they were, by definition, were not similar, such as unemployment benefits, are now funded by supporting an increase of CSG by 1.7 points without a fee of 60%. from them.
Compared to 2017, an employee who receives 2000 monthly euros would see his net salary this year for 184.14 euros, and in 2019, 355.14 euros.