Peter Scheller
Berater für Wirtschaftsprüfer, Rechtsanwälte, Steuer- und Unternehmensberater

„Wenn es knifflig wird.“

Peter Scheller - Berater für Wirtschaftsprüfer, Rechtsanwälte, Steuer- und Unternehmensberater

Gut beraten, ist schon gewonnen.

Sie sind Wirtschaftsprüfer oder Steuerberater und suchen Unterstützung in der Auseinandersetzung mit Finanzbehörden, z.B. bei Betriebsprüfungen, Einspruchsverfahren oder Finanzgerichtsverfahren.

Sie sind Rechtsanwalt und runden Ihr eigenes Leistungsangebot zu speziellen, steuerlichen Fragen – im In- und Ausland – ab.

Sie sind Unternehmensvertreter und minimieren durch das Hinzuziehen meiner Expertenmeinung Ihr Haftungsrisiko als Geschäftsführer.

Sie suchen Unterstützung in speziellen, steuerlichen Fragen, z.B. Auslandsaktivitäten, grenzüberschreitenden Liefer- und Leistungsbeziehungen, internationalen Mitarbeiterversendungen u.v.m.

Ich begleite und berate Sie und Ihr Expertenteam, „wenn es knifflig wird“.

Aktuelle Beiträge

von Peter Scheller (Kommentare: 1)

There are various situations where an expatriate who relocates to Germany would benefit from a “tax cover” to avoid undesirable tax consequences. One way to avoid unwanted tax implications is the transfer of property which generates respective income to a German or a foreign company. However, this transfer often results in tax consequences at a later stage which may be considered not to be beneficial and so it must only be done after proper research. Another tax planning tool might be the transfer of respective property into a pension plan.

von Peter Scheller (Kommentare: 1)

There are several important reporting obligations in Germany. Most of them have to be observed by both German citizens and expatriates who relocate to Germany. The obligations apply especially to persons who are shareholders of companies, or members of partnerships who have set up a business activity in Germany. Persons in this respect are considered as both individuals as well as corporations.

von Peter Scheller (Kommentare: 0)

Foreign business entities sometimes have to pay German Value Added Tax (VAT) even though they are not tax resident in Germany. This may be VAT on deliveries and services received in Germany which are shown on invoices of German suppliers or service providers or import-VAT. Because the regular VAT-rate of 19% is quite severe it is of importance to know how a foreign business entity can reclaim German VAT that has been paid.

 

von Peter Scheller (Kommentare: 1)

Living and working in another country requires careful tax planning as there are always many tax issues to be considered. In addition, social security and other legal issues such as immigration law must be observed. This applies for all US citizens who relocate to Germany and it is important to note that there are special issues to be observed. Different tax and social security systems in Germany and the USA may cause problems in addition to those contained in special provisions in the Double Taxation Convention between Germany and the USA (DTC USA).

von Peter Scheller (Kommentare: 1)

Living and working in another country requires careful tax planning as there are always many tax issues to be considered. In addition, social security and other legal issues such as immigration law must be observed. This applies for all US citizens who relocate to Germany and it is important to note that there are special issues to be observed. Different tax and social security systems in Germany and the USA may cause problems in addition to those contained in special provisions in the Double Taxation Convention between Germany and the USA (DTC USA).