Based primarily on the final payment from the previous year, the Finanzamt (Tax Office) will evaluate your overall tax bill for the current year, including… Read More
If starting or continuing with Contracting in Europe you will find valuable information on working in Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, Luxembourg and Italy invaluable. Informative articles cover topics such as European payroll alongside social security, taxation and payroll material for working in and contracting in Europe.
Intricate procedures surrounding work permits, visas, professional cards, news items, legislative changes and tax rates can also be found here. Should you be struggling to grasp any aspect of contracting in Europe then you have come to the right place!
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Any expatriate living within German borders will be subject to German taxes, particularly German Income Tax, especially if they have… Read More
If you are to start contracting in Italy, or you are looking at starting contract work within Italian borders, the abundant variations and regulations surrounding… Read More
For employed workers, semi-subordinate employees and students in full-time education holding a fellowship by a recognised Italian university, calculations for compulsory contributions are on the… Read More
The Social Security System in Italy offers an extensive variety of benefits, including old-age pensions and benefits for disabilities. The amount of benefits that a… Read More
The employer within the Netherlands is required to apply to the relevant and competent authority via the public employment services, for an employment permit on… Read More