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It depends, the rules with regards to allowances and travel allowances etc can be found here and I suggest you read carefully if you qualify. Austra allowance TAX info On the same pages you can furthermore read about a 30% tax discount for scientific work for which you do seem to qualify, but best is simply to call them and ask since tax law can be very ...


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If you are resident in Germany, then Germany expects you to pay tax on your entire worldwide income. It does not matter where the work was performed, or where you are paid to/from You should not have to pay tax on this due to the double taxation agreement between Germany and the USA, but you will need to study this in detail to determine in detail how to ...


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In the case of Sweden, the agreement is that someone residing in Sweden but with income from Germany pays taxes in Sweden on that income, but the german taxes is deducted from the ones payable in Sweden. The rule is that you don't need to pay taxes two times on the same income. I suggest that you contact the Skattecenter in Köpenhavn. http://skat.dk/


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If either the permanent resident or the citizen is changing his/her name as a result of the marriage, that partner will need to obtain a new social security card, as well as all the other steps in changing one's name. If either or both partners are employed, the employee may wish to file a new form W-4 with their employer so taxes withheld will be more ...


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I am not sure if the rules have changed but when I lived in Germany back in early 2000 you could deduct school fees for your own children up to 30% of the cost and you could deduct personal education for yourself or spouse to further educate yourself. There was no deduction for other family members at that time from your personal income tax as far as I am ...


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The only document you need to submit to indicate that you're filing a joint tax return is the tax return itself. If you were married in 2019, the first tax return for which you'll do this is your 2019 tax return, due in April 2020. If you were married earlier this month then you'll have to wait a year; your filing status for your 2019 returns will remain ...


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Check this site: https://www.steuerklassen.com/steuererklaerung/ratgeber/steuererklaerung-korrigieren/ Basically, within one month after you receive the reply to your income tax declaration you can easily fix mistakes. After that it’s difficult. You can ask the Finanzamt to please fix your mistake, and if they do, you are fine. If they don’t you’d have ...


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Personal experience California : Gross - Pay 13683.40 Federal - 2090.51 Fica - 848.37 Medicare - 198.41 State - 858.76 SDI - 136.83 Net Pay - 9550.52 Zurich , Switzerland Gross Pay - 13683.40 Tax withholding - 1540.00 ( federal + cantonal) Social deductions - 835.35 ( AHV/UI ) Net Pay - 11308.05


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