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Do you work in Austria? Are you interested in ways to decrease your tax base and increase your tax refund?

Did you know that you can lower your taxes by declaring costs?

The Netherlands have progressive tax rates which are determined by your wage. The higher your income, the higher your tax rate.

Аll employees and self-employed individuals working in Belgium pay 20-50% income tax on their earnings. Your tax rate depends on how much you earn per year.

Our clients can also apply with us for child benefits from the Netherlands. In case that clients have applied on their own we can provide them consultation.

Income Tax Refund from Czech Republic

All employed and self-employed individuals working in Czech Republic pay 15% income tax on their earnings and they have the right to get their taxes back under special circumstances when leaving the country.

Our clients can also apply with us for child benefits from Italy. In case that clients have applied on their own we can provide them consultation.

Ever wondered, if you can do your own taxes, expecially when you live abroad and not familiar with the local tax law? We have worked hard to come up with application that is user-friendly and helps you fill out your return in 3 steps. You don´t have to download any files, nor read tons of instructions you wouldn´t understand anyway. All you need is a decent internet connection.

Our clients can also apply with us for child benefits from Belgium. In case that clients apply on their own, we can provide them consultation.

Income Tax Refund from Germany Taxation is progressive on the individual's income in Germany, in other words, the more you earn, the more you pay. German tax rates for individuals were between 14% and 45% in 2018.

Individuals which are planning to live in Malta or are already living in Malta are subject to pay income taxes in Malta from their worldwide income.

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