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Submitting Your Tax Return
2023 Tax Changes: An Overview
Numerous tax changes will come into force as of January 1st, 2023. These stem from a few sources namely the government’s third relief package, the Inflation Adjustment Act (Inflationsausgleichsgesetz), and last but not least, the 2022 Annual Tax Act (Jahressteuergesetz 2022), which was approved by the Bundesrat (Federal Council) on December 16th, 2022. Learn more here about the various tax relief measures that are being implemented and what they mean for your 2023 tax return.
Energy Lump Sum 2022: All you need to know!
To help ease the financial burden brought on by increasing energy prices, the German government decided to introduce an “Energy Lump Sum” (Energiepreispauschale or EPP) for all employees in Germany. The lump sum of 300 euros will be paid out in September 2022 along with your monthly salary. The third relief package ensures that students and retirees will also receive an energy lump sum.
Expenses from Your Profession
Claim Travel Expenses on Your Tax Return
Travel expenses for professional-related commutes can be claimed as income-related expenses (Werbungskosten) on your tax return and help increase your chances of a tax refund. These expenses can include business trips, trips home in the case of double household management, or simply your daily commute to work – To learn more about deducting these on your tax return, keep reading this article!
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5 Tips for Your Tax Return!
Filing tax returns isn’t necessarily anyone’s favorite pastime - but it is the best way to effectively save taxes! The only way to claim your annual expenses is by filing your tax return, and most taxpayers receive an average tax refund of 1,072 euros! In this article, you’ll find out some tips and tricks that will help you when you’re filing your taxes in Germany
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