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Bonus: Investment Banking Analyst (1st Year) Frankfurt

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Bonus: Investment Banking Analyst (1st Year) Frankfurt

How much is really paid to an analyst in Frankfurt?

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Bonus: Investment Banking Analyst (1st Year) Frankfurt

If someone writes here that you get 100k as A1, does that mean 4700 net with SK1?

Or 60-70k base will be taxed first and 30k at the end of the year?

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Bonus: Investment Banking Analyst (1st Year) Frankfurt

WiWi Gast wrote on November 17, 2019:

If someone writes here that you get 100k as A1, does that mean 4700 net with SK1?

Or 60-70k base will be taxed first and 30k at the end of the year?

Secondly

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Bonus: Investment Banking Analyst (1st Year) Frankfurt

Bonus: Investment Banking Analyst (1st Year) Frankfurt

BB Taunus Turm last year: 65 fixed, 48 bonus

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Bonus: Investment Banking Analyst (1st Year) Frankfurt

WiWi Gast wrote on December 4th, 2019:

BB Taunus Turm last year: 65 fixed, 48 bonus

How is the bonus taxed?

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Bonus: Investment Banking Analyst (1st Year) Frankfurt

Like the normal salary.

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