Location Factors

Goa

The location factor for Goa (India) is 0.44, based on local living costs.

This means a ₹1,735,019 per year salary would roughly be compareable to €60,000 in Berlin (Germany).
If you would have to pay full taxes in Germany, this amount would rise to ₹1,935,213.

You can also start a calculation based on Goa.

Name Goa
🇮🇳
India
Chosen Factor 0.44 0.49* 0.44 0.49*
Market Rates unavailable 0.23 0.26*
Consumer Price Index 0.40 0.44* 0.34 0.38*
Rent Index* 0.22 0.24* 0.25 0.28*
Consumer Price Plus Rent Index 0.35 0.39* 0.32 0.36*
Groceries Index 0.44 0.49* 0.44 0.49*
Restaurant Price Index* 0.34 0.38* 0.22 0.25*
Local Purchasing Power Index* 0.34 0.38* 0.59 0.66*
Buffer Location Bracket* D D
Currency Indian Rupee (INR)
Income Tax* 0% to 30%
* Not used for index.* If taxes paid in Germany instead.
Market rates based on GlassdoorPayScale. Living costs based on Numbeo.

Other locations in India

City Factor Based On
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Bangalore 0.45 0.50* Living Costs
Bhopal 0.42 0.47* Living Costs
Bhubaneswar 0.39 0.43* Living Costs
Chandigarh 0.43 0.47* Living Costs
Chennai 0.43 0.48* Living Costs
Coimbatore 0.37 0.42* Living Costs
Delhi 0.43 0.48* Living Costs
Gurgaon 0.47 0.53* Living Costs
Guwahati 0.43 0.48* Living Costs
Hyderabad 0.43 0.48* Living Costs
Indore 0.45 0.50* Living Costs
Jaipur 0.46 0.51* Living Costs
Kochi 0.43 0.48* Living Costs
Kolkata 0.41 0.46* Living Costs
Lucknow (Lakhnau) 0.40 0.45* Living Costs
Ludhiana 0.38 0.43* Living Costs
Mumbai 0.47 0.53* Living Costs
Nagpur 0.43 0.48* Living Costs
Nasik 0.45 0.50* Living Costs
Navi Mumbai 0.45 0.50* Living Costs
Noida 0.45 0.50* Living Costs
Pune 0.47 0.52* Living Costs
Surat 0.45 0.50* Living Costs
Thane 0.44 0.49* Living Costs
Thiruvananthapuram 0.34 0.38* Living Costs
Vadodara 0.49 0.54* Living Costs
Vijayawada 0.38 0.42* Living Costs
Visakhapatnam 0.46 0.51* Living Costs
New Delhi 0.44 0.49* Living Costs
Chennai (Madras) 0.44 0.49* Living Costs
Trivandrum 0.44 0.49* Living Costs
create calculation* If taxes paid in Germany instead.