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Experience and Best Practice needed: Paying Tax and NIC while working for German company, living in the UK

eucitizeninuk
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Experience and Best Practice needed: Paying Tax and NIC while working for German company, living in the UK

Postby eucitizeninuk » Fri Apr 16, 2021 11:01 am

Hi all,

I might start a new work for a German company but I will keep living in the UK, which includes paying tax and NIC. The company in Germany is struggling a fair share with their tax advisor, who seems to either be against hiring someone living in the UK or having a lack of experience for this special case and actually, overthink and overcomplicate the situation.
Or it might just be super complicated - which I don't think.

Any tips, hints, experiences and recommendations on how we can construct the payroll topic (may it be through a newly founded Ltd, may it be directly employed in Germany) are welcome and highly appreciated. Are there any further points to think about now with the Brexit rules? The expected Salary incl bonuses/commission will be just under 100k.

I am an Austrian citizen and living and working for just under 5 years in South England.

Many thanks and a happy weekend!


PS:
If it can't be resolved I will not be able to change to them.

eucitizeninuk
Posts:3
Joined:Fri Apr 16, 2021 10:04 am

Re: Experience and Best Practice needed: Paying Tax and NIC while working for German company, living in the UK

Postby eucitizeninuk » Mon Apr 26, 2021 4:53 pm

Anyone having any tips? Or ideas? Anyone still actively using this forum?....


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