Every country within the EU deals with sick pay and sick leave in a different manner. In Germany, employers are obliged by the law to… Read More
Working in Germany
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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Any expatriate who brings in a monthly income (before deductions) of €400 per month, but remains under the set limit per annum, will find they… Read More
Your first priority when moving to Germany as an expatriate should always be German medical insurance. Doctors, medication and hospital care can be extremely expensive. Therefore,… Read More
There are various German accommodation tactics to finding accommodation within German borders. The quickest and most popular is through an ‘Immobilienhändler’, or German real estate… Read More
The pursuit for preferred German accommodation has only just started after locating a favoured apartment or flat. However, the end is somewhat further away. In… Read More
German Social Security also covers insurance for unemployment, known as albeitslosenversicherung, which sees both the employer and employee contribute a certain percentage of the employee’s… Read More