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

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10 tax issues to be considered if doing business in Germany

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Germany is one of the biggest consumer markets in the world. Therefore it is of interest for foreign companies who want to sell products or services on the German market. Besides this German business entities are often a target of foreign business investors. In any case foreign companies and investors have to observe German tax regulations in order to avoid unnecessary risks.

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The unwanted permanent establishment in Germany

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The unwanted permanent establishment in Germany

Expatiates living and working in Germany are aware of the fact that relocation to Germany has consequences in regard to their tax situation. Most expatriates who live and work in Germany are employees who work for a German or foreign …

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Investment in German real estate

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Investment in German real estate

For foreign investors Germany’s real estate property is still attractive although property prices are still rising. Foreign investors have to consider legal and tax issues in Germany. This article covers 10 main tax issues. (1) German real estate and taxes …

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Brexit: 10 tax issues to be considered

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Brexit: 10 tax issues to be considered

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. … 

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Deductible relocation expenses in Germany

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Deductible relocation expenses in Germany

Employees can deduct relocation expenses from their taxable income if these costs are job or work-related. Alternatively, the employer may reimburse those expenses free of tax. If the employer does not reimburse all relocation expenses, the employee is entitled to …

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VAT refund in the EU for visitors

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VAT refund in the EU for visitors

Any person who resides outside the EU permantly or habitually is entitled to reclaim VAT if returning home or going to another EU country. This applies to all private consumers from outside the EU. The refund can be made only if …

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VAT (EU) – National contact points

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VAT (EU) – National contact points

On 8 December 2014, the Confédération Fiscale Européenne published the following press release: On 5 December 2014, the European Commission has published a list of national contact points for any questions of operators regarding the 2015 changes to VAT on …

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