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Self-Employed Persons in German

Anyone moving to Germany is subject to paying tax on any earned income. But the good news is that if you're self-employed (Selbstständige) you...
Self-Employed Tax

As a self-employed person in Germany, do you know how much in tax you are expected pay? This article will help you to know...

If you are a US expat living in Germany, you may have already realized how difficult it can be to navigate two tax systems....

What You Can Expect From Us? Friendly and prompt communication -  in German and English -  via telephone, e-mail, or face to face – up...

Corporate and tax law All tax issues and filing for private persons, expats, companies (any legal forms and entities) and start-ups. Annual tax filing, current...

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...

How do taxes affect income from renting property back home? Under German tax rules, the expat can balance interest payments on a mortgage.   It consists...
Corporate-Income-Tax-for-Corporations

Companies Liable to Corporate Income Tax Any corporate company such as the limited liability company (GmbH) or the stock corporation (AG), which is based in...