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Taxes in Germany

Taxes in Germany

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If you're living in Germany long-term, you will be subject to file a German tax return. Let us guide you through the maze of taxes in Germany.

Opening a bank account in Germany

Opening a bank account in Germany

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Find out how to open a bank account in Germany, what documents are needed for residents and non-residents and if you can open a German bank account online.

Retiring in Germany

A guide to retiring in Germany

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Retiring in Germany has plenty of perks for expats, with great healthcare and a high standard of living. This guide explains what to arrange for retirement in Germany.

German banks

Banks in Germany: Choosing a German bank

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Find a list of banks in Germany to help you choose the best bank in Germany for your needs, including online banks and international banks in Germany.

Importance of financial education

Understanding the importance of financial education for expats

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Aside from the general complexities surrounding a move abroad, such as applying for visas and looking for work as an expat, personal finance is one of the most common areas of confusion.

Ensuring a smooth transition abroad for relocated employees

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Though sending employees on international assignments has become increasingly popular, those in charge of managing expat employees still find the process of global mobility complex.

Cross-border retirement planning and pensions for expats

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It’s a dream for many: after years of hard work, they can finally travel to far-off lands and enjoy the rest of their retirement without worrying about finances. With some planning beforehand, the dream of retiring abroad can become a reality.

German inheritance tax

A guide to German inheritance tax, inheritance law and writing a German wil...

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When does German inheritance law and German inheritance apply to your assets? This guide explains who needs to pay inheritance tax in Germany or write a German will, plus German inheritance tax for non-residents and foreigners.

Taxes in Germany

German corporate tax rates for entrepreneurs

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If you own a company in Germany, here's a guide to personal tax liabilities and German corporate tax rates for self-employed workers.

Corporate tax Germany

Corporate tax in Germany

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This guide explains companies' liabilities for corporate tax in Germany, including which income is exempt from German corporate tax in the form of allowances and deductible expenses.

Transferring a pension

UK pension transfers for expatriates

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Chartered Financial Planner Russell Hammond, APFS MSCI, expands on some of the issues affecting expatriates when transferring UK pensions. One of very few advisers providing advice to expatriates holding the coveted ‘Chartered’ title, Hammond is non-commission based and operates exclusively on a fee-only...

How to make QROPS work for you

How to make QROPS work for you

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Chartered Financial Planner Russell Hammond, APFS MSCI, expands on some key points about QROPS and how QROPS can be best managed to work for you. One of very few advisers to expatriates holding the coveted ‘Chartered’ title, Hammond is non-commission based and operates exclusively on a fee-only basis....

German pension

German pension guide: Understanding your pension in Germany

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Find out if you can claim a German pension an expat: This guide explains your rights to a pension in Germany and how to join the German pension system.

Beacon Financial Education

How can I pay off the credit card debt I racked up over the holidays?

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It's a common occurrence once the holiday season winds down — you reluctantly look at your credit card statement and wince at all the purchases you made over the holidays. Fortunately, there's no need to panic. Consider using one of the following strategies to help pay it off. [Contributed by Beacon...

TorFX - Emigration Focus

Emigration focus: moving money when moving abroad

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When it comes to making a fresh start in a new country, knowing where to start planning the move can be a bit daunting. The best way to approach the mammoth list of tasks, including money transfers, is to take them one at a time.



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