fredadi

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  1. Recently I had a minor car accident on rental car booked online from Check24 portal. Buchbinder was the actual rental company whereas Auto Europe was the online company. After returning the car Buchbinder has already deducted the damages cost from my credit card. I have applied for claim (Reklamation) as it was a Full-Insurance (Vollkasko ohne Selbstbeteiligung). The problem is that Auto Europe need a Police Report (Polizeibericht) to process my claim. All I have is the Police file number (Polizei Aktenzeichen) and not the report it self. I tried calling the Police office and they say that "Aktenzeichen" is all they can give out. I then called Buchbinder (as it's their car) and they also don't have it. Help desk person at Check24 say that I can either get it from Buchbinder or ask a lawyer to get it for me. It doesn't make sense to ask lawyer for it as it will cost me extra 100-200€ which no one will refund. Does anyone has an idea how to solve this problem? Any help would be great. Thanks.
  2. So you mean that I am actually paying less tax than I supposed to?
  3. I have recently noticed that I might be paying less tax than I should. I am a regular full-time employee and receives a fix monthly income after the income taxes are payed. However, when I see the salary slip and look at the Grundtabelle the tax I'm paying is always less than what Grundtablle says. I have also tried using an online tax calculator (Online Steuer Rechner) and it also shows the same numbers as my salary slip does. My question is why is it so, am I missing something? Attached below is a screenshot of my comparison of a tax payable on a sample salary, online calculator vs Grundtabelle. Any help clarifying my confusion would be great.