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Have an enterprise level payroll department and a HRMS with Employee Self-Service at a per employee cost

​Praxima Services Includes

  • Full Payroll Outsourcing

  • Hybrid Payroll Outsource

  • International Payment Management

  • Local Filing

  • Social Security Filing

  • Interact with Local Authorities

  • Human Resources Management System

  • Integration with all Accounting and Third Party


Benefits of outsourcing to Praxima


Local Tax Compliance


Secure Data Transferring


Responsive Administrators


Increase Productivity


Industry Experts

Running Your Payroll


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Core Business

Outsource your Algerian Payroll to Praxima

Payroll in Algeria

Individual returns are due 30 April after the year end.  Tax returns are not required should the taxpayer's only source of income be that of employment income.  

TAX RATES  |  2022


Taxable income in Algerian Dinar (DZD)

DZD                                      Tax Rates 

0-240,000                            0%  

240,001 - 480,000              23%  

480,001 - 960,000              27%  

960,001- 1,920,000            30%

1,920,001 - 3,840,00          33%

Above 3,840,000                 35%


The tax year in Algeria is a calendar year and ends on 31 December.  Individual returns are due on or before 30 April following the tax year end.  An individual would not be required to file tax returns if he's or her only source of income is employment income


Both the employer and employee contributes toward the employee's Social Security monthly.  The employer must contribute 26% of the employee's gross salary while the employee contributes 9% of their gross salary toward the employee's Social Security.

Tax Residents

An individual is considered a tax residential in Algeria in either of the following circumstances:  

  1. Should they be the owner of a dwelling, usufructuary, or rent a house for the duration of at least one year.  

  2. Should a person spend more that 183 days in Algeria over the period of one year, Algeria would be considered as their principal place of stay and therefore qualifies as a tax resident subject to local taxes.  

  3. People who performs a professional activity in Algeria is also considered a tax resident, whether their receive remuneration or not.  

Taxable Income


Individuals can be subject to tax either on their worldwide income, should they be considered as Algerian tax residence, or on their income sourced in Algeria.  

An individuals income taxes are calculated on all of his/her remuneration, including:

  1. Base salary  

  2. Any variable remuneration 

  3. All benefits in kind and cash benefits.   Personal Income Taxes are calculated with a progressive scale with a maximum of 35%. 

Exempt Income

The following payments are excluded from tax:


  1. Social benefits paid by Social Security for mandatory social protection.

  2. Family allowance paid by the employer up to a limit of 5% of the employee's monthly salary.

  3. Contributions to the Social Security;  

  4. Capital gains derived from the sale of the individuals primary residence.  

  5. Expense reimbursements, should it not be excessive but used pursuant to their objective.   

Your HRMS is Standard 


Employee Self-service

Payslip and tax certificate retrieval. Updating of personal particulars. Leave request and balance enquiries



Employee documents folder. Training records. Heath & Safety records. Disiplinary records. Qualifications, resume and hiring records.


Work Flow

Workflow with different approval levels. Full work flow functionality for leave requests, expense and time-sheets


  • Direct payment into employee bank accounts. Emailed password protected pay slips.

  • Payment of taxes, benefit providers and other creditors.

  • Filing of returns to the authorities.

  • Generation and filing of statutory reports.

  • General ledger and 100's of customisable reports.

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