dedero

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  • Location Munich
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  • Year of birth 1985

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  1. Moving outside EU

    In a nutshell, as soon as I pay taxes in Uruguay is not mandatory to pay taxes in Germany based on the bi-lateral treat between the 2 countries, right?
  2. Moving outside EU

    such a great info, thanks a lot!!
  3. Moving outside EU

    @Marone wow thanks a lot for the detailed reply!, really appreciated! sorry for the delay, I never got notified for this..   Finally the company offered me a freelancer contract, not sure if they are aware of the agreement between Germany and Uruguay but I will tell the HR guy in case is somehow helpful   Now the next challenge is to know whether I have to pay taxes in Germany while getting my salary in my German bank account and living in Uruguay or maybe makes more sense to transfer that salary to a bank in Uruguay   Thanks a lot!
  4. Arbeitslosengeld while living outside EU

      sure, the thing is I have only argentinian citizenship and no chance to have an european one, so as soon as I got the chance, I got the german one.. not sure how long we are planning to live in uruguay, maybe one year, maybe 10 but at least I have the chance to go back to europe if necessary or if we want   EDIT: I know it sounds strange but it's more difficult to understand such situation for people who have citizenships with not so in crisis kind of countries, like European or US, but in latin america, where we are used to live in crisis mode, as soon as we have the chance to have an European citizenship, we take the chance in a way of "you never know what is going to happen"
  5. Arbeitslosengeld while living outside EU

    Thanks a lot for the hint!, I'm actually from Argentina, and true.. things in Uruguay got expensive.. but I'm not crazy enough to return to Argentina to suffer with the crisis and violence there, hopefully the financial buffer is enough in Uruguay!
  6. Arbeitslosengeld while living outside EU

    Thanks a lot for the quick reply!
  7. Hello everyone,   I wanted to create a new topic to avoid talking different ones in the same thread. I'm actually living in Germany for 8+ years and I already got the German citizenship few days ago. The next steps are that we would like to move to Uruguay, maybe temporarily, maybe permanently.. we don't know yet.. There is a chance that we will move without a job, do you know if there is a chance to apply for Arbeitslosengeld while living in Uruguay?, keeping in mind that the Arbeitslosengeld I is for 1 year, would be great to have such money to help us while searching for a job   Thank you!
  8. Moving outside EU

    Hello everyone,   I'm actually living in Germany for 8+ years and I already got the German citizenship few days ago. The next steps are that we would like to move to Uruguay, maybe temporarily, maybe permanently.. we don't know yet.. My idea is to keep my actual job but as a freelancer but I'm not yet sure if that is even possible from my company to work from Uruguay, I work 100% remotely but here in Germany, but outside EU is another story.. so I'm thinking in the following options:   - Try to arrange with my boss to work as freelancer remotely from Uruguay so I don't have anything attached to the company or the country (taxes, Krankenkasse, etc) - Do the Anmeldung in a friend's home and remain my contract like it is and work from Uruguay (not really sure if that is even possible due to the Steuerklärung, Krankenkasse, etc)   By the way, do you have a clue what is the impact is being Angemeldet in a friend's house while living abroad? (regardless if I have a job contract in Germany or not) Can I impact her while she does the Steuerklärung for having another person registered in her home or something like that and vice versa?   Any hint is very much appreciated!   Cheers.