Flexible, part-time, work-at-home contract position. Essential: Fluency in French and English (native or fluent Russian speakers are also encouraged to apply).
A non-profit global exchange organization (www.friendshipforce.org) needs an internationally-minded, culturally curious team member, for a January start. 5-7 hours per week initially with the potential for more. This role will work with our clubs and homestay/tour programs in France, Africa, the UK, USA, and Canada. For the full program manager job description and application instructions, please pm your email address. Thank you.
I'm about to start a job, 51,000 a year.
I'm single (not married), i'm athiest, i'm 27 years old.
I also have another invoice coming up around 60,000 euros. I do not understand too much German finance as I am originally from the UK.
If i'm in full-time employment (and all of my taxes, insurances and surcharges are covered by my job), how much would I be taxed on the 60,000 after my full-time employement salary of 51,000 a year?
I will be full time employed but would I also need to announce that I am freelance here?
Are they any smart moves like savings accounts or tax breaks that I should know about to save myself getting hugely taxed or is it simply, that I would have earned 111,000 in the 17-18 tax yer?
Thanks in advance for your help and advice!
A friend of mine finished her Master's in a German university. She got a job immediately afterwards where she stayed for around 15 months, then she switched to another job. By the end of the probation period (6 months) she got fired. This means she worked 21 months in total after finishing her degree and she could have applied for the Niederlassungserlaubnis had she worked 3 more months. Now the question is, how long is she allowed to stay in Germany to find a new job. She has a visa till June 2018 but it is connected to the job that she lost. Thanks in advance!