Büroservice – Office Services
- Virtual Office (postal address, necessary to start a business in Germany)
- Help with issuing bills for small businesses as per §19 UStG Besteuerung der Kleinunternehmer or §13 UStG.
- Translation and forwarding of correspondence according to your instructions.
- Writing official documents and appeals.
- Archiving and digitising business documents.
We offer a monthly subscription with a tailor-made scope of services.
Buchhaltung – Accountancy*
- Ongoing accounting for sole proprietorships and freelancers.
- Keeping tax revenue and expense ledgers.
- Keeping additional accounting records: fixed assets, equipment, employees and other, as necessary to handle the accounting needs of your enterprise.
- Jahressabschluss – closing of the accounting year.
- Bausteuerabzug – refund of advance payments withheld by the client due to the absence of Freistellungbescheinigung. IT ALSO APPLIES TO POLISH CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES!
*According to the provisions of the German Tax Advisory Act § 6 Nr. 3 und Nr. 4 StBerG.
Beratung – Consultancy
- Help and support with starting a GEWERBE (sole proprietorship) and a GbR / GmbH business in Germany.
- Risk assessment of planned business operations in Germany.
- Package of guidelines and instructions to improve yours chances of a successful business venture.
- Business plans, strategic plans, restructuring plans, and financing and investment plans related to entering the German market.
Telephone consultations are available upon prepayment.
Lohnbuchhaltung – Human Resources
- Social reports of employees.
- Handling of correspondence with health insurance funds and other institutions.
- Payroll services.
- Payroll reports.
- Sending declarations in electronic format to the relevant authorities.
- Registration, re-registration and de-registration of Gewerbe (An-, Um-, Abmeldung).
Registration of GEWERBE without a registered address in Germany.
- Kindergeld applications and representation before Familienkasse.
- Handling of correspondence with Familienkasse (explanations, appeals, reopening of suspended proceedings).
According to German regulations, Kindergeld is paid per child to a person who is/was employed in Germany or is/was running a Gewerbe and has a tax obligation in Germany on that account, provided that certain conditions are fulfilled.
It includes people who are delegated or employed by a Polish employer in Germany under a foreign contract.