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salario integral y salario no integral

English translation: integrated and non-integrated salary

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Spanish term or phrase:salario integral y salario no integral
English translation:integrated and non-integrated salary
Entered by: Terry Burgess
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16:55 Jun 25, 2001
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Bus/Financial
Spanish term or phrase: salario integral y salario no integral
No explanation is given of the difference between the two.
guillen
Local time: 08:40
SEE EXPLANATION
Explanation:
In Mexico, "salario integral" is the basic salary plus benefits while "salario no-integral" is just the basic salary (not to be confused with "wage"). To make sure,I checked with my accountant who assured me this is correct.

As to the translation into English, I can suggest 2 ways:
1)Integrated and non-integrated salary
2)Comprehensive and non-comprehensive salary.

Hope this helps:-)
tb
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Terry Burgess
Mexico
Local time: 09:40
Grading comment
thanks for your explanation
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Summary of answers provided
nagross and net payRocky
natotal salary (integral) and basic salary
Parrot
naSEE EXPLANATION
Terry Burgess
nastraight salary vs. salary plus bonusesCarol Shaw


  

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49 mins
straight salary vs. salary plus bonuses


Explanation:
A regular or "no-integral" salary is that which is strictly earned, including sick days and such. A "salario integral" includes bonuses (not commission types), like a Christmas bonus, etc. They often have different tax levels, to my understanding. Here's a good link for info...




    Reference: http://www.todo1empresas.com/informacionJuridica_tematicolab...
Carol Shaw
Local time: 09:40
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in SpanishSpanish
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1 hr
SEE EXPLANATION


Explanation:
In Mexico, "salario integral" is the basic salary plus benefits while "salario no-integral" is just the basic salary (not to be confused with "wage"). To make sure,I checked with my accountant who assured me this is correct.

As to the translation into English, I can suggest 2 ways:
1)Integrated and non-integrated salary
2)Comprehensive and non-comprehensive salary.

Hope this helps:-)
tb


    Exp. + reliable professional source.
Terry Burgess
Mexico
Local time: 09:40
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 2372
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thanks for your explanation
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9 hrs
total salary (integral) and basic salary


Explanation:
Just a suggestion to distinguish the two.

Parrot
Spain
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15 hrs
gross and net pay


Explanation:
just an alternative suggestion


    sounds OK
Rocky
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