German Tax and Business Law

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Sweet & Maxwell, 2005 - 662 pages
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This new annual book steers readers through all the most important aspects of German tax and business law in a concise and highly practical manner. It is aimed at English-speaking lawyers involved in German Business/Tax law cases, helping them understand how German law works and enabling them to anticipate issues that may arise. The text is based on that of the looseleaf German Tax & Business Law Guide. The book will be re-issued annually providing completely up to date interpretation of the law. * Explains the technicalities of German tax and business law in understandable terms * Deals with all areas of business law - from commercial and consumer law to environmental law, IP and litigation * Covers corporate and personal taxation * Includes checklists and forms explaining essential information * Provides a clear overview of how to set up a business in Germany * Supplies expert guidance by German practitioners
 

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Contents

Paragraph
1-4
Trade
1-6
Sources of German tax
1-12
Legal protection in tax matters
1-25
Individual Income
2-1
BUSINESS
2-22
Corporate Income
2-60
International Aspects of Income
4-1
Felix ProzorovBastians was born September 5 1969 in Kirov Russia He studied law at the universities
7-1
vii
7-17
TAYLOR WESSING RECHTSANWÄLTE
8-1
Marco HartmannR├╝ppel Franziska Wagner Kristofer Bott and Sarah
9-1
Thilo von Bodungen Kristofer Bott and Klaus Kupka
11-1
Christof Kleinmann
12-1
Florian Wolff
13-1
Page
13-25

VAT and Other Transactional Taxes
5-1

Common terms and phrases

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