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Webinar: Things e-commerce seller need to know about German VAT

Webinar: Things e-commerce seller need to know about German VAT Ten days left! The grace period for German VAT compliance for (non-EU) e-commerce sellers is ending!  On 1 August 2018, the German government endorsed a draft law of the "Act to prec...

Seminar on Social Security, Tax and Financial Planning for Expats in China

On the occasion of the entry into force of the new Income Tax Act in January 2019, the experts from Ecovis Beijing and Expatriate Care Consult GmbH will inform you about the best possible protection and planning in the areas of taxes, social secu...

Starting a business in Germany (3): Requirements for accounting and audit

Have you checked out the previous articles about German taxation regulations under our "Starting a business in Germany" series yet? If not, feel free to read more about German VAT and input tax, German trade tax and corporate tax. This time, to co...
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Starting a business in Germany (2): Trade tax and Corporate Income Tax

In our last article Starting a business in Germany (1): Vat and Input tax, we covered the key points of German VAT and Input tax with practical examples. Go check it out if you have not yet! Continuing with the second part on the topic of taxation...

Is your firm ready for 2019?

Now is the time to check if your firm is ready for 2019 General Data Protection Rule (GDPR) Compliance   Is your firm compliant with the European Union’s General Data Protection Rule (GDPR)? The GDPR extends its protection to data of all individu...
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Only for a short time: China facilitates Fast-Track Company Liquidation

In the course of the reorganization of the tax authorities and their responsibilities, China's authorities want to make tax liquidations possible in a simplified procedure for the remaining weeks until the end of the year. The aim is to carry fewer o...

Stuttgart: Employee Assignments to China

Employment contracts, income tax reform and insurance coverage The Chinese government is currently planning the largest income tax reform in seven years. What impact will the new regulations have on the employment of expatriates in China? What gener...

Starting a business in Germany (1): VAT and Input Tax

When it comes to starting a business, there are many questions and issues that need solving such as company’s legal form and structure, business operations plan, marketing strategy, investment funding, cost management, etc. Besides that, it is ta...

IIT Reform: Saving money with deductions – draft rules released

China’s new Individual Income Tax law was passed at the end of August. It is a major overhaul of the tax system, as outlined here, and will bring major changes both to taxpayers and employers as the withholding agents, with potential savings for tax ...

New IIT Law: Will it lead to an Exodus of Foreign Executives working in China?

Tax Notes International looked at the new tax residency rules under the reformed Individual Income Tax (IIT) law and how they could affect expatriates working in China. The article looked in particular at the potential taxation of worldwide income an...