Moving to Germany. Who to inform, P85?, NHS?
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    Are you direct with the German client or through an agent? If through an agent, where are they located?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WTFH View Post
    Are you direct with the German client or through an agent? If through an agent, where are they located?
    Through the German office of a British Agency.

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    anyone??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Microsoft View Post
    anyone??
    There is a forum called Toytown which is a German expats forum. Google it. There is probably more info on there.

    Like with this forum you should be able to search it via Google.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Microsoft View Post
    anyone??
    If not a visitor or tourist enjoying EU freedom of movement then you legally HAVE to register your presence in Germany with the authorities.

    That's when they get their fingers into you. Remember being an EU citizen doesn't mean you can wander about willy-nilly, you have to abide by local laws and that means registering your presence, regstering for tax/social security etc.

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    If you are working in Germany, but are being paid to your UK limited company in €. Do you then charge VAT? The German VAT is 19%.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neddorsey View Post
    If you are working in Germany, but are being paid to your UK limited company in €. Do you then charge VAT? The German VAT is 19%.
    Please read the post above.
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    I have been in Munich for 2 years on a Contract, I am there via a UK agency with a satellite office in Berlin, as i left the UK a long time ago I run a limited company out of Poland (19% tax) the Agency pay me to my limited company, There are different views about being paid into a non German Company by many UK agencies whom try and sell you an umbrella solution however from what I was told by the German tax authorities is that as long as my Limited company has other customers other than my client in Germany I can officially use this company without the need to register under the German laws.

    I do however need private medical insurance the NHS EHIC card will not cover all medical expenses.

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