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Archiv für die Kategorie ‘German Tax Law’
Crypto Trading GmbH Benefits From Low Corporate Taxation in Germany
For larger profits from trading cryptocurrencies, the benefits of a German trading limited liability company (Trading GmbH) are suitable. In a bear market, the decision to establish such a trading GmbH can be even more important. While the majority of private […]
Inflation Premium in Germany: Tax-Free Payments to Employees of up to EUR 3,000 Possible
The German population has noticed and felt the effects of the rising prices for gas and food. In order to contain the burdens stemming from the currently high inflation, the German government has initiated an inflation compensation premium. This is part […]
Calculation of The Customs Value in Germany: Including Costs For Quality Inspection
In importation and the importing of goods into the European Union (EU), the customs value is decisive for the amount of customs duty and import turnover tax. The determination of the customs value of specific goods is primarily based on the […]
Criminal Tax Law in Germany: Confiscation of Proceeds of A Crime Only in Case of Asset Advantage
In addition to fines or imprisonment, German courts may also order the confiscation of proceeds of a crime. That is, the offender is deprived of what was gained in committing the crime. Non-cash benefits, such as services or expenses saved, are […]
Taxation of Helium Mining in Germany: Crypto Mining via Radio Technology
Mining has become popular in the crypto scene, particularly through Bitcoin (BTC). Miners are paid shares of BTC in return for a rendered computing service. The computing power is necessary to maintain the blockchain system. The great disadvantage here is that […]
Incorrect Truck Toll Calculation in Germany: Trucking Companies Are Entitled to About Four Percent Refund!
Trucking companies that transport goods in or through Germany have to pay truck tolls. The problem here: the toll violates EU law! The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has in fact ruled that Germany has calculated the truck toll incorrectly: it […]
Up to EUR 150,000 From The State: Apply for Bridging Grant in Germany Now!
WINHELLER supports companies and nonprofit organizations in the tax adviser-bound application process It has recently become possible to apply for a corona bridging grant in Germany. To avoid abuse, all applications must be made through a tax advisor. Companies and nonprofit […]
Customs Debt: Are Criminal Customs Offences Remediable in Germany?
Since May 2016, the Union Customs Code (UCC) of the European Union applies to all importers of goods into the European Union. A very welcome provision is that the customs debt incurred at the time of the violation – e.g. in […]
VAT Reduction in Germany: These Are The Measures Companies Should Implement Now!
On June 3, 2020, the German government adopted a new economic stimulus package announcing targeted measures totaling 130 billion euros to support and stabilize the economy in Germany. In order to help entrepreneurs and provide incentives for investment, the German stimulus […]
Payments Made Abroad From EUR 12,500 Must Be Reported to The German Bundesbank
According to the German Foreign Trade and Payments Regulation (Außenwirtschaftsverordnung, AWV), incoming or outgoing payments from abroad must be reported to the Deutsche Bundesbank. What counts as incoming and what as outgoing payment? “Incoming payments” refers to payments that someone accepts […]