While almost everybody can identify the German flag and is aware of German history from the past 100 years, there are a number of fascinating… Read More
When Working in Germany you need to know about various aspects. Information on German taxation rates are important alongside social security and other aspects that highlight necessary requirements and knowledge necessary for expatriates starting or returning to work in Germany.
Other important aspects include informative commentary on German Payroll, expenses within Germany, German accommodation, pensions, working hours and many various other aspects involved with starting or continuing to contract and work within German borders. Our contractor guides provide a summary of practical and financial advice for contractors planning to work in Germany.
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EAFS GmbH offers fully compliant German payroll services to expatriates working in Germany. No matter how unique your situation, we can provide you with payroll… Read More
German Social Insurance is a legal insurance system, playing a principal role in Germany’s overall Social Security. Founded on the unity of the community of… Read More
Germany presents a welcoming business climate to those looking to expand globally. Alongside a strong economy and a large educated workforce, Germany offers the potential… Read More
German payroll is a huge and vital part of working in Germany. Not only is it law, but also in order to work successfully, you… Read More
Germany set the foundations for its modern Social Security system in 1889, with German retirement insurance having been a form of ‘pay as you go’… Read More