Each country has its own tax calendar and laws about taxation. Nonetheless filing your tax return is mandatory in any country you worked in, regardless of your status, income and job. Read article
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There is no unique legal definition of ‘self-employed workers’ in Austria. Once you decide what business start, you may be subject to different tax regime. Read article
It’s never easy to untwist yourself in a newly complicated labyrinth of bureaucracy. Nevertheless, professionals from the fiscal and law sector may give us a hand when comes the time to choose which tax regime and taxation is better for us. This article is going to explain which steps to follow for those who want to be self-employed in Germany.The most important thing, for you, is to know which institutions are a direct reference, which one to consult in your city in order to request information and help. For this reason, you will find some links at the end of this post.Out there, on the internet, there is plenty of information, sometimes confusing and vague. After browsing and browsing the web, I hope this guide will give you a “first aid”, gathering the most important information. Nevertheless, the best thing to do is still to consult experts on the matter. The content of this article will certainly make you feel more confident about the German tax system. Read article
Austria is slowly migrating from heavy industries to a more service-oriented labour-market. Luckily, new jobs in the service industry, in marketing and in the information technology sector compensate for other job losses. Austria is strongly supporting entrepreneurs; in fact, it has become very easy to start your own venture.
However, if you are looking for a seasonal job, the easiest way for a foreigner is to lead the research to the tourism sector, especially if you can speak more than two languages.
The difference to other job markets is that the jobs are likely to be found outside the big cities on the countryside or in the famous ski-resorts of Austria. The country districts with most tourism in Austria are Carinthia (Kärnten), Tyrol (Tirol), Salzburg, Styria (Steiermark) and last but not least Vienna (Wien).
The best way to search for jobs is to do it locally and online. As always with the internet – how do you choose which job site is the better one? No problem, we have a short list of the most popular job-sites for you:
Besides this, the AMS (Arbeitsmarktservice) is a government institution committed in the job searching. AMS can also help you as they maintain a list of open positions, especially for tourism-related jobs. Bear in mind that contracts in the hospitality industry will always be for a limited time (a couple of months), the demand is high in summer (except for the ski resorts) and low in winter.
Austrian income tax goes from 0% up to 50% of the salary, but generally, expats pay 25% on their monthly wage. Along with social insurance contributions, income tax is deducted from employees’ wages or salaries and is transferred to the authority by the employer. Income tax on employment is also called earnings tax (Lohnsteuer). The tax withheld is a prepayment on the annual tax due, which is only finally settled with the annual tax assessment (Arbeitnehmerveranlagung, previously Lohnsteuerausgleich) corresponding to the taxpayer’s declaration. The deadline to declare your earnings is the 30th of April of the following year in which you worked.
Various expenses can be offset against income tax, and lump sums, allowances and special expenses are tax-deductible. Among them: