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Zitzelsberger posted a topic in FinanceThomas Zitzelsberger specialises as an expat tax advisor since 1997. He is a fully qualified accountant under German and Irish law and has gained extensive practical experience in advising individuals on both domestic an international tax issues. He has three years work experience in the UK, Ireland and USA. This means he and his team have an in depth knowledge of different tax systems in these countries as well as speaking both English and German fluently. This background gives EXPATTAX clients the comfort of knowing that everything is taken care of. 100% of Thomas's business can be conveniently conducted via email or telephone. A face-to-face meeting is not required. This saves you both time and money. Thomas is based in Munich, but he can provide equal services to clients anywhere in the world. At www.expattax.de you can find a full online tax calculator in English language to use for free. In the blog section you will find answers in English language to most of your specific tax questions as an expat - in the unlikely event that you don't, give us a shout. Thomas Zitzelsberger Spitzelbergstraße 12 B 81476 Munich Tel.: 0049-89-92 13 13 96-0 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.expattax.de (contains FAQ pages about German taxes) This is a paid placement posting.
Tax Services for Expats- Richard Augustin – English speaking tax advisor for expat tax in Germany, available German-wide
Toytown Germany posted a topic in BusinessRichard has been working in the tax sector for 20 years now. For the past 10 years, he forged his professional career in multinational companies and strengthened his experience in international tax and expat tax. During this time he was in contact with people from all over the world with different backgrounds, languages and cultures. All the people he met, working in Germany and contributing to all different kinds of projects had fun and enjoyed their experiences, but were afraid of one thing: The German Income Tax return. This is his starting point today, providing tax services for expats in Germany. He is fluent in English and his service is based on a remote working concept. Everything happens via phone and email saving you time and cost. So wherever you are in Germany, he can provide independent tax services in your location. Please find further information on Richards’s website www.taxservicesforexpats.de. Here you can also find a tax related blog which also might be of interest. StB Richard Augustin Ganghoferstraße 7 86157 Augsburg +49 160 2118621 email@example.com
Impenetrable Pistachio posted a topic in FinanceMy wife and I are regular employees on tax class 3/5. I just realized that we have been obliged to file tax returns since 2016 when my wife (class 5) began working. I had never bothered to file a tax return previously. I've never had any contact from the finanzamt whatsoever. I find this surprising but maybe this is normal Berlin dysfunction. Any idea what I should expect in terms of a fine? Is the best/only course of action to get these all submitted ASAP?