Gross to nett salary

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Re: Gross to nett salary

Post by Beep_Boop » Tue Jun 20, 2017 10:24 pm

popeyeps wrote:6-8k range in Finland? That's a massive amount for large sum of people I believe. I understand 4-5k is pretty decent in IT field with significant amount of experience (say 6 years or more), technology and skills. But 6-8 k is definitely a different thing. What kind of role is that and how much years of experience and technology, if you can share it?
Not really that massive. I'm currently slightly higher than 8k on a regular employment. Once you do something in niche field these days you can earn the top dollar (or euro :D ). Something like SAP consulting, COBOL programming, risk assessment, privacy compliance, etc.


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Post by harryc » Tue Jun 27, 2017 2:10 pm

Guess I'm not the only one that is skeptical about the objectivity of Google

http://nypost.com/2017/06/27/eu-slaps-g ... -719163638


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Post by Upphew » Tue Jun 27, 2017 2:33 pm

harryc wrote:Guess I'm not the only one that is skeptical about the objectivity of Google

http://nypost.com/2017/06/27/eu-slaps-g ... -719163638
How skeptical I should be of tax.fi calculator if I go there via google than if I go directly to there or via other search engine?
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Post by harryc » Tue Jun 27, 2017 2:52 pm

All I'm driving at is that Google is being thought of - by too many people - as some kind of 'authority.' It should just be one tool in people's 'workshop.' What also should be realized is that no LIBRARY has ever been penalized 2.4 BILLION euros for data finagling!!!!

I use Google all the time - but very seldom ever stop there.

If one believes they have been sent to the right place - fine! But if they are not able to make that judgement (or are SKEPTICAL) then they should be ready to investigate and not necessarily via a 'search engine.' Einstein did a pretty good job of 'inquiry' by using the 'search engine' between his two ears!

By the way - Vero.fi - still does a GREAT job with person-to-person contact - and I have noticed they are ready to give EXTRA information that one never gets with the 'Google horse-blinders' on!!


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Post by Beep_Boop » Tue Jun 27, 2017 7:02 pm

I don't know why, but this sounds like stuff a buddy of mine would say. She's anti-vaccination FEMA camps conspiracy hypothesist. Not to say that you're like that, but just your comments over several months on the topic have a very similar style.
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Post by Oombongo » Tue Jun 27, 2017 10:56 pm

Beep_Boop wrote: I'm currently slightly higher than 8k on a regular employment
Must hurt to see the payslip after all them taxes. But on positive note, such pay is guaranteed to attract women kind ;)
Would be nice if government can give a tax break for single or married couples without kids. :twisted:
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Post by harryc » Tue Jun 27, 2017 11:14 pm

I don't know why, but this sounds like stuff a buddy of mine would say. She's anti-vaccination FEMA camps conspiracy hypothesist. Not to say that you're like that, but just your comments over several months on the topic have a very similar style
Since this follows my post directly - I wonder if you have aimed it at me?

If so I can't fathom the relevancy.

My point is that Google is not to be taken as some all-encompassing god - and it's quite evident they finagle data - as the 2.4 billion Euro penalty more than proves.

As I said - brilliant brains in the past did not rely on Google and 'internet searches'.- and then there is the whole matter of developing an independent thinking brain - and also learning from other real humans in ways a 'search' will never do in a similar way.

side-note - I'm sure that the naive reliance on Google and SOME is a big reason there's been such profliferation of 'fake news.' The irony there is the jerk complaining about it - Drumpf - has been the biggest instigator.


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Re: Gross to nett salary

Post by harryc » Thu Jul 13, 2017 11:16 am

More on Google tweaking search results --

From The Times (of London):

Google has paid millions of dollars to academics for research that it hoped would sway public opinion and influence policy in favour of the tech giant.


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Post by ursulake » Fri Aug 18, 2017 1:00 pm

Leaving aside some people obsession with google and spamming with useless comments this post, can somebody please tell some real answers ? Maybe I was wrong, maybe my information was not correct.

For 4000 Euro Gross - Net worth is .....
For 4500 Euro Gorss - Net worth is .....
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Etc.

I will be grateful.


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Re: Gross to nett salary

Post by JK_Ironak » Fri Aug 18, 2017 1:03 pm

ursulake wrote:Leaving aside some people obsession with google and spamming with useless comments this post, can somebody please tell some real answers ? Maybe I was wrong, maybe my information was not correct.

For 4000 Euro Gross - Net worth is .....
For 4500 Euro Gorss - Net worth is .....
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Etc.

I will be grateful.
It depends on which municipality you live in, number of children... for the first year of employment, it is a huge difference if you started working in January, June or December etc...


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Re: Gross to nett salary

Post by ursulake » Fri Aug 18, 2017 1:06 pm

Let's consider that I have 1 child (minor) , wife, and municipality is Pori.

Starting time - September or October .


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Re: Gross to nett salary

Post by JK_Ironak » Fri Aug 18, 2017 1:12 pm

And you want somebody for do a spreadsheet for you for a range of gross salaries...? Well, if someone does that, be really grateful to them.


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Re: Gross to nett salary

Post by ursulake » Fri Aug 18, 2017 1:14 pm

.... This is what I said from the start, I will be grateful...


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Post by Beep_Boop » Fri Aug 18, 2017 1:30 pm

A web page in English fully dedicated for that purpose. Why not use it? https://prosentti.vero.fi/VPL2017/Sivut ... ieli=en-US
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Re: Gross to nett salary

Post by Upphew » Sat Aug 19, 2017 1:52 pm

Beep_Boop wrote:A web page in English fully dedicated for that purpose. Why not use it? https://prosentti.vero.fi/VPL2017/Sivut ... ieli=en-US
Cause it is easier to put someone else tu plug those numbers in and moan that they did wrong assumptions. Doh.
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