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Rules for determining remuneration amount in an employment contract


As a rule, the amount of remuneration for work agreed upon by the parties in the employment contract (and actually paid to the employee) constitutes the basis for social insurance contributions. However, the issue of determining the amount of remuneration actually payable to an employee, and, in turn, establishing the basis for contributions has generated controversy for years, especially because it is often questioned by the Social Insurance Institution. – Kinga Polewka-Włoch and Julita Kołodziejska comment for ius.focus.

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