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Q: Are the salaries indicated on this website are net of taxes?

1 year 35 weeks ago in  General  - Other cities

 
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A lot of teaching jobs are quoted AFTER taxes though YOU need to ask the employer if the salary is gross or net. 

 

You also need to check if foreigners pay Social Insurance in the particular cities. 

 

To understand what you’ll take home net look at this salary calculator:

 

http://www.sjgrand.cn/individual-income-tax-calculator

 

 

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I have no idea. But I will bump you to the answered page. People there will know.

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mostly employrs pay only their portion of taxes. imo the quotd salaries wud be gross of taxes for the employee, but can b clarified / negotiatd wth employr.

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A lot of teaching jobs are quoted AFTER taxes though YOU need to ask the employer if the salary is gross or net. 

 

You also need to check if foreigners pay Social Insurance in the particular cities. 

 

To understand what you’ll take home net look at this salary calculator:

 

http://www.sjgrand.cn/individual-income-tax-calculator

 

 

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Always ask those questions before you sign anything or start the job. Make sure that you are employed on a Z visa and the school pays your taxes correctly.

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Usually, not always. Read the contract.

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the bigger the city and the bigger the company or school you work for, the more noticed by the government, the more likely you will pay taxes. Many schools in tier 2 or 3 cities pay cash and never record taxes to the government.

 

This will change as China starts hitting citizens for income tax revenue as trade, tariffs, and factories leaving start to cut trade revenues and they have to make up customs fees from some where else.

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I would say unless it's specified, probably not. 

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