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Business

Starting a business is inherently risky and particularly so in a foreign country, where you may be unfamiliar with the language, the incorporation process, the economic situation and so on. Here you can find information on starting a business in a foreign country, including details of the fundamental pitfalls business owners face when relocating. You can also contact other like-minded businesspeople in the forms and/or post a classified advertisement if you’re looking for, or offering, business opportunities.

Self-Employment in Germany

Do's and Don'ts of Self-Employment If you are looking to start a business, or are otherwise exploring the option of self-employment in Germany, the first...
Setting Up a Business

Setting up a business in Germany is quite a difficult task. You must find out about the five types of German companies, and also...
German Business Etiquette

Germans have a strong reputation for loving organisation and planning and are the masters of both. Many Germans believe that their serious attitude to...
German Business Taxes

Fiscal Residency Individuals continuously living in Germany for a period of six months, or longer, in a two-year period are considered ‘fiscal residents’ and are...
Taxes for Self-employees

Individuals living in Germany for six months, or longer, in any two-year period are considered residents for taxation purposes. As such, they are liable...