Gross salary is the total amount you receive before deducting taxes and social security contributions. This amount is calculated based on the number of hours worked and the hourly rate of your salary. To obtain the net amount, you must therefore subtract taxes and social security contributions from the gross salary.

## Gross salary: definition

Gross salary is the amount you earn before any deductions. This is the ‘gross' amount of your salary, that is to say without deduction of taxes or social security contributions. To calculate your gross salary, simply add the amount of your hourly salary with the different types of ‘production costs' (the costs that your company has for employing you, such as insurance). Your gross salary is therefore the amount of your salary before any deduction.

Gross salary refers to the total amount you receive before deduction of taxes and social security contributions. This amount is generally indicated on your pay slip and constitutes the basis for calculating your net salary. To obtain your net salary, you must therefore subtract the various taxes and social security contributions from your gross salary. The gross salary is therefore the amount of your remuneration before any deduction.

## Gross salary: calculation

Calculating gross salary is quite simple. It is based on the number of hours worked, the hourly rate and any extras. Generally, we add the number of hours worked to the hourly rate, then add overtime, bonuses and commissions. Gross salary is the amount before taxes and deductions are made.

Gross salary is the total amount you receive before any deductions. It includes your base salary as well as any other supplements or benefits in kind that you may receive. For example, overtime and bonuses. Calculating gross salary is therefore relatively simple: simply add the amount of your basic salary to the amount of your various supplements.

Gross salary is the total amount you receive from your employer before deducting taxes and Social Security. To calculate your gross salary, you must add the amount of your hourly salary to the amount of overtime you worked.