Your monthly lease price depends on your monthly gross salary. We calculate your fiscal advantage on your tax scale and various tax credits.
Your employer can contribute to your lease bike. This will be deducted from your gross lease price (lease price + service & insurance)
De bijtelling is altijd 7% van de consumentenadviesprijs van de fiets en wordt in de praktijk altijd betaald door de werknemer. Dit wordt bij het maandelijks brutoloon opgeteld, hierover wordt belasting betaald en vervolgens wordt dit bedrag weer van je loon afgehaald (stap 7). De netto bijtelling komt in de praktijk neer op enkele euro's per maand. In bovenstaand voorbeeld is dit: €2.500 * 7% / 12 maanden = €14,58 * 37,35% (belastingschaal) = €5,45 netto bijtelling per maand.
The lease price is the gross lease price for your bicycle. This amount will be deducted together with your service & insurance package from your gross salary. This means you do not pay taxes on this amount.
Service & insurance package
The gross sum for the service and insurance package is €18.56. This sum, together with the lease price, will be deducted from your gross salary, which means you no longer pay taxes on it. The lease price and the service and insurance package together is the lease amount the employer pays the leasing company each month. If the employer does a contribution, the employer deducts (part of) this lease amount from the employee’s gross monthly salary.
New gross salary and taxation
Here you can see the new gross salary for which you have to pay taxes. Relatively speaking, you have to deduct less taxes, which means you gain a fiscal advantage. You pay €708.21 - €671.11 = €37.10 less taxes (costs included).
De bijtelling wordt er hier weer van afgetrokken. Je hebt immers al belasting over de bijtelling betaald voor service, verzekering & inclusief bijtelling.
The amount of your monthly lease price depends on your monthly gross salary, because the tax savings are calculated on your gross salary. Here you can see your difference in net salary and what your monthly net costs for your lease bike are.
This calculator is based on the latest published tax information from the Ministry of Finance. The current income tax year is used as a basis, Lease a Bike does not guarantee future changes in the tax system. This calculation is therefore indicative and may in some cases deviate from the final amount to be paid.