Instruction

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If you want to calculate

**the salary**that you will receive in January, when the holiday week reduces the number of days worked of all employees of the organization, just look in the employment contract. The specified amount you get. The fact that**the salary**is set as a fixed amount per calendar month regardless of the number of working days. Therefore, received**salary**, for example, in February will equal**the salary**, for example, for September.2

Often, however, for various certificates, calculations, benefits and vacation must calculate the

**salary**payable for one day of work. In this case, divide the amount of**salary**and number of working days in each month. Because**the salary**is constant, then in months with a different number of working days will vary accordingly to the cost of one working day. For example, in January, only 15 working days instead of the usual 22. Therefore, the cost of 1 working day in January is higher than in any other month.3

If you receive a salary that does not match the amount specified in the employment contract, check with your manual, what is your pay. Perhaps the salary structure is part of the prize, which is often paid informal way. In this case, to calculate

**the salary**, subtract the salary amount of the award and the remaining amount divide by 0.87. Thus you recognize the size of your**salary**and, where the employer pays a 13 percent tax on personal income.