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Verhoging sociale werkbonus vanaf 1 augustus 2015

Verhoging sociale werkbonus vanaf 1 augustus 2015

Verhoging sociale werkbonus vanaf 1 augustus 2015

01.10.2015 BE law

Om het effect van de indexsprong op de koopkracht van de werknemers met lage lonen te compenseren werd vanaf 1 augustus 2015 aan de laagste lonen een lastenverlaging toegestaan via een verhoging van de sociale werkbonus.

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De bijdragevermindering wordt kleiner naarmate het loon stijgt. (art. 33-34 Programmawet van 10 augustus 2015, B.S. 18 augustus 2015, Koninklijk Besluit van 16 september 2015, B.S. 29 september 2015)).

S (refertemaandloon aan 100% in EUR) R (basisbedrag in EUR)
≤ 1.546,87  189,98
 > 1.546,87 en ≤ 2.413,00  189,98 - (0,2193 x (S - 1.546,87))
 > 2.413,00  0
 S (refertemaandloon aan 100% in EUR)  R (basisbedrag in EUR)
 ≤ 1.546,87  205,18
 > 1.546,87 en ≤ 2.413,00  205,18 - (0,2369 x (S -1.546,87))
 > 2.413,00  0



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