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What does 'Available to withdraw' mean?

Written by Jonatan Rasmussen
Updated 2 months ago

40% available to withdraw

'Available to withdraw' is how much you can withdraw at this moment. It is up to your employer how large a % is available to withdraw - usually the default is 40% of your earned salary after tax. 

First 2,000 kr (depending on your employer) is always available to withdraw

Our 'frozen' is meant to ensure you have enough money to pay bills. If you only earn 2,000 kr at your job, it's probably not the money you use for paying bills.

Therefore we make the first 2,000 kr earned in a month available to withdraw - so if you take an extra shift early in the month, you're able to take the full amount out 🤑

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