Schlagwort-Archive: EEA

Expatriates: 10 issues to be considered as a retired person in Germany

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In general expatriates relocate to Germany for business or job reasons. However, there is a growing number of expatriates especially from the US and the UK who are moving to Germany when reaching retirement age. The reasons for this move … Weiterlesen

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Brexit: 10 tax issues to be considered

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On 23 June 2016 a majority of British voters decided to leave the European Union. Leaving the European Union will have major tax consequences both for UK and European businesses. The most predictable will be the implications on harmonized tax systems. … Weiterlesen

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Taxation of spouses in Germany

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In Germany resident spouses will be jointly assessed for income tax purposes unless they opt for seperate assessment. Joint assessment decreases the tax burden if one spouse’s income is highrer than that of the other spouse. If a spouse qualifies for … Weiterlesen

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Assignment and social security

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Employed individuals who work in Germany are subject to Germany’s social security systems. Self-employed persons are in general not liable to German social security contributions. There are certain exceptions from this general rule. The most important exception is the assignment of an employee. The … Weiterlesen

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Property Service Fees

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Individuals can claim tax deductions for expenses connected to private homes. These rules promote family homes but also secondary residences or holiday homes. In Germany these fees are called Haushaltsnahe Dienstleistungen. Services must be linked to the household. These favourable regulations cover employments … Weiterlesen

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Expatriates: 10 tax issues to be considered in Germany

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Tax systems are different in every country. Therefore expatriates working abroad face special challenges. German tax regulations are different to regulations in other countries. Individuals who are working and living in or considering re-locating to Germany should pay attention to 10 … Weiterlesen

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