Need to file your taxes in Germany soon? It is totally possible to file your taxes DIY or without professional help by an expensive German tax advisor. Learn how to easily and painlessly file your expat taxes in Germany! In one of my older posts, I compared three ways expats can get help with their tax return in Germany. Outsourcing accounting to a professional is the most popular way of doing taxes in Germany, however, it can also be very expensive to hire an English speaking tax advisor in Germany. Thankfully, there are some cheaper alternatives for dealing with expat taxes in Germany. Did you know that not…
Like most non-German freelancers I have also suffered through hair-pulling moments while managing my accounts and taxes in Germany. However, life got much better, once I found out that there is plenty of English accounting software in Germany. Here is a summary of some of the accounting software for freelancers in Germany that support multiple languages.
Are you a blogger living in Germany earning an income from your blog? If yes, then read these tax tips for bloggers in Germany.
Do you want to be self-employment in Germany? Read to understand the differences between a Freiberufler (Freelancer) or Gewerbe in Germany?
AKA how not to go broke as a business owner or freelancer in Germany. ;) Here are some of my top recommendations for staying one step ahead of natural calamities, freak accidents, non-paying clients or sudden sickness. And ensure that you can live a safe, and secure emotional and financial life in a foreign country. Some may call them necessary evil - but these essential insurances for freelancers in Germany can really keep you afloat in times of crisis.
The German government is offering aid to help businesses, entrepreneurs and freelancers during corona crisis. Here is an overview of emergency aid for freelancers in Germany.