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Germany

  • Tax strategies for Germany after the election

    All large political parties in Germany agree that significant tax reform is necessary. Christian Ehlermann and Christoph Röper of Deloitte discuss whether the new coalition government can pull off reform and reassure international investors

  • How foreign investors can buy German companies tax efficiently

    A foreign investor needs to plan the structuring of the acquisition of a German company carefully to achieve tax efficiencies, explain Andreas Schumacher and Jochen Bahns of Flick Gocke Schaumburg

  • A tax-efficient structure will benefit real estate investment

    By choosing an advantageous investment structure, the tax burden can be reduced and the return on investment in German real estate increased considerably, explains Michael Best of P+P Pöllath & Partners

  • Holding companies are key international tax planning tool

    A German holding structure is a significant instrument in tax planning and can increase shareholder value by minimizing the tax burden on overseas earnings and profits, believe Dieter Endres, Christoph Schreiber and Pia Dorfmueller of PricewaterhouseCoopers

  • New rules boost importance of transfer pricing in Germany

    Transfer pricing has become a key priority in recent years. Decrees are on the way, training for officials has increased and the courts have handed down some important rulings, explain Jobst Wilmanns and Dietmar Kieliszek of PricewaterhouseCoopers


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