Brutto a netto are two concepts that are closely related. We can meet them in the food industry and in finance. It is the area of finance that interests us. Gross represents gross wages, and in the case of companies, profit, net represents net income after deducting expenses.
Brutto vs. netto
Brutto can be translated as rough, you can often see the abbreviation btto. Gross income is including taxes, i.e. gross wages. When you hear the term gross, it is the purchase price including VAT.
The net price is the price without tax; in the case of a wage, it is the amount left over after deducting government contributions and taxes.