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workspace

The company has been founded, you have started your own business, all permits have been obtained? What you need now is an office or at least a workspace at which concentrated working is possible!
ecos-office

You want to become self-employed or found your own company in Germany? It is very important to decide where the future company seat should be located!

Company leaders need to think about their strategic setup regarding locations in the EU, in order to keep in business with Europe. A business center network offers cost-effective office solutions that make it easy to register a company within Europe.
Benefits-&-Risks-of-Investing-in-Germany

The German economy has emerged as one of the most resilient in Europe in recent years, but factors outside Germany’s control can weigh on...
Good-Idea-to-Invest-in-Germany

Germany holds the title of the biggest European market. As a result, it is the favourite place for direct foreign investors, which has led...
Foreign investments in Germany

Germany’s doors are open to companies and individuals looking to invest capital there, with the Government focussed on boosting employment growth. The only practical...
Taxes for Self-employees

Introducing the German Mini-GmbH Thanks to a legal reform passed in 2008, it is now easier to found a new company in Germany, or shift...
Standard GmbH

As is the case in most countries trading companies can easily be established including those where the extent of their liabilities do not exceed...
Stock Corporation - AG

Characteristics We find that stock corporations (Aktiengesellschaft, AG) usually enjoy a strong reputation among business partners and investors. However, the monetary and time investment needed...
Setting Up Company Insurance in Germany

Starting a new business and exploring new market is always challenging, pursuing new opportunities exciting, but also fraught with risks. When you shift these...
Company Insurance in Germany

If you are considering becoming self employed while living in Germany, you will need a residence permit. In short, it is likely to be...
Guide-to-Becoming-a-Successful-Freelancer

Covering permits, tax information and other logistical details, this short guide will get your freelance endeavors in Germany off to a good start. As all...
Six-brilliant-tips-to-help-you-freelance-in-Germany

Working as a freelancer in Germany needn’t be difficult. Read our straightforward guide for a heads-up on what you need to know before you...
10-Time-Management-Tips-for-Senior-Managers

Senior manager? Optimising your time management strategies helps to save money as well as time. Follow these 10 top tips for time management success. The...
German's-Business-Etiquette

Business etiquette in germany is laid upon social responsibility, corruption free environment, strict formal business dress code and rules and regulations that allow people...
6 Excellent Tips for Motivating and Inspiring Your Employees

Being motivated in your field of employment is not always the easiest attitude to attain. It is, however, an absolutely necessary one if you...
Insightful-Tips-on-What-You-Need-to-Be-a-Great-CEO

9+1 Insightful Tips on What You Need to Be a Great CEO 1. What makes a great CEO is being able to take risks. CEOs...

Working Expats in Germany Tax Refund as an Expat One has to file for tax return for that year even if the expat did not work...
employed-in-germany

How does a freelancer/contractor register for tax as an expat? In order to register tax the freelancer/contractor has to contact the local Finanzamt.  Download registration...

Tax Rates on Income in Germany Income tax starts with 14.77% and increases up to 44.31% gradually.  The Top tax rate applies to taxable income...

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