This is one of the most frequent questions our clients ask. The reason is that it always seems unfair when a colleague gets back more tax with the same or similar salary as you. However, there are many reasons why this happens.
Have you worked in more than one country in one year?
Do you need to get your earning document from your employer who isn't willing to give it to you?
Have you worked and paid taxes in the Czech Republic? How much money can you get back?
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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:
On 1 January 2019, Austria reduced the amount of child allowances for EU nationals who work in Austria and have children living abroad. It means that some mobile EU workers who fully contribute to the Austrian social security system receive lower benefits compared to those workers whose children...
The rules for non-residents of Austria differ from residents. Filing a tax return may be more complicated if a person comes from a country with which Austria does not have an agreement to avoid double taxation.
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.
The rules for non-residents of Slovakia differ from residents. Filing a tax return may be more complicated if a person is from a country outside the European Union.
Do I have to file a tax return if I worked in Luxembourg?
Under certain conditions non-residents can be treated as subject to unlimited income tax in foreign countries.
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