Enter your average income below to estimate applicable free-cash in all major European cities. By free-cash we mean your disposable income, left in your pocket after paying tax, rent, insurance, public transport, food expenses and basic entertainment. How does it work?

average income is
€ 400
per

Your estimated
City
free-cash

Dublin , Ireland
-€297
-€248
-€248
-€393
S + D Salary + Dividends

Salary + Dividends. A combination of a fixed monthly income with a bonus at the end of the year.

Dividends

Dividends. A single payment made annually out of accumulated profits.

Salary

Salary. A fixed monthly income you pay yourself to cover your living expenses.

Sole trader

Sole trader. You're running your business as an individual with an unlimited responsibility

Sole trader
-
-
-
400
social contributions
-
-
-
23
income
-
-
-
48
total
-
-
-
71
Employee
793
-
400
-
social contributions
66
-
23
-
income
150
-
48
-
total
216
-
71
-
Employer
793
-
400
-
total
-
-
-
-
Corporate
-
400
-
-
income
-
50
-
-
total
-
50
-
-
Dividends
-
350
-
-
withholding
-
70
-
-
total
-
70
-
-
Income
400
400
400
400
Total tax
216
120
71
71
After tax
184
280
329
329
Living cost
577
577
577
577
Free-cash
-393
-297
-248
-248

Estimated living cost  is €577 per week

€439
Rent. One bedroom at downtown or an upmarket area with basic utilities which include internet connection and a mobile phone.
€47
Public transport and taxi. Monthly travel card, and a few taxi rides per week.
€6
Clothing and shoes. We estimate one pair of shoes and trainers, and several items of clothing each year, or slightly more often if you choose cheaper mass market stores. Twice as often for kids.
€86
Food and entertainment. We estimate that you will have breakfast at a cafe once a week, evening meal at a restaurant once a week, and visit bars once a week for drinks.Other days you prepare meals at home.
€0
I'm drinking at home rarely or never.
€0
I do not smoke or smoke very rarely.
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Additional information

To obtain permanent residence for non EEA/Swiss nationals, it is required to invest a huge amount - at least €1 million aggregate investment into a new or an existing Irish business, for a minimum of three years.

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