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  1. Will there be a problem if I bring a car from non EU country to Germany or other EU country for a long time ? for example 6 - 24 months ?
  2. I sold my motorcycle at the weekend, the buyer came and looked it over, offered me less than I wanted, signed kaufauftrag and took it away. He now says that there was damage that he will repair but wants a donation from me towards the costs. It was ebay kleinanzeigen and I wrote ,Das Bike wird ohne Garantie oder Rücknahme verkauft. What can he do? Should I agree to pay, if so what's to stop him finding other things that I can contribute money to? I've never noticed the damage (some cylinder head fins are scratched, tiny bit missing) I had to zoom into the photo to see what he meant. So, what now? Please help.
  3. Company Car for 100% private usage

    I have the opportunity to get a company car (1,0% Regelung), and live 2km away from work. The company have agreed that my partner can drive the car to work and back every day, so the car would be used pretty much 100% for personal use (approx. 20.000 km per year). I've been trying to work out if it is worth it, but have some open questions still unresolved:   1) I found some sites stating that the 1,0% Regelung can only be used if the car is used more than 50% for professional purposes. https://www.autobild.de/artikel/1-regelung-bei-firmenwagen-13055395.html ("Die 1-%-Regelung kann jedoch nur angewandt werden, wenn die Nutzung des Fahrzeugs zu mindestens 50 Prozent dienstlich geschieht."). I've tried to find out if this really is the case, but my further research suggests this is only for self-employed people using the car both personally and professionally (e.g. https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Firmenwagen#Arbeitnehmer). Can anyone confirm if I (as a full-time employee) can use the normal 1,0% Regelung with an extremely low professional usage?   2) I presume my partner can still get his tax reduction through the Pendlerpauschale, because this applies regardless of the method used for getting to work?   3) I would also include my 2km to work with the 0,03% rule?   The main question is the first point - this is the most relevant, if we can take the car with pretty much 100% personal use. I believe so, and that the 50% question is for self-employed people. But if anyone with more knowledge / experience can confirm, that would be very helpful!   Thank you!
  4. I am changing jobs soon, and my new employer will provide me with a company car - a hybrid (electric and petrol motors). I saw whilst browsing the car manufacturers' pages, that you can get up to 900€ government support to install a private charging point - I have a few questions if anyone has experience or can maybe help answer them:   1) Can I get this subsidy for a company car (the standard 1% / 0.5% financing), or is this only for people with a privately-owned electric or hybrid car? 2) If I can get it, can I use it to install a charging point in a rented parking space (assuming the landlord also goes with the idea)? It could help persuade him, given he would then save 900€ and have the use of the charging point for future tenants. 3) Any other things to consider...   Thank you very much!   Ben