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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...

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...
Personal-Income-Tax-for-Partnerships

There are many corporate structures that are not separate legal entities but associations of partners, whereby the partners hold all rights and obligations. This...