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Not all taxpayers in Germany are obligated to file a tax return, though all of them have the right to do so. You can apply to get your taxes refunded four years back. The tax office doesn't inform you about your obligation.
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The child bonus is a "bonus child benefit" which is a special payment for the same basic requirements as for child benefit. The bonus is part of the federal government's Corona stimulus package in order to support families with financial help, as they are exposed to particular stresses due to the Corona crisis.
Child benefit is an important source of money for a lot of parents. As a parent you are entitled to recieve your child benefit every month regardless of your income.
Foreigners can deduct some work-related expenses from their taxes. Does this apply to you?
If you have a child living outside of the EU, you can still be entitled to German child benefit. To do this, you must meet one of the following requirements:
The rules for non-residents of Germany differ from residents. Filing a tax return may be more complicated if a person comes from a country with which Germany does not have an agreement to avoid double taxation.
To get your tax refund you will need to attach your Personal income statement. You can download the form off of our website:
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