Money does not make you happy. We know that, but no money does not necessarily make you happier either. No matter how you flip it: Whether you have a lot or a little of it, it often causes you headaches and never seems to be enough.
With a few helpful methods, you can clarify your handling of money and eventually overcome your distraction with this sometimes dull topic.
The number of single mothers and fathers has risen sharply compared to 2000. Every fifth child (about 2.4 million) lives only with the mother or father. For many, this living situation is associated with numerous financial challenges.
In this article, we would like to use a tangible example to explain which additional income sources are open to making more money available for the family.
Many students have to hold down side jobs to support themselves and finance their studies. But what does this mean when it comes to filing your annual tax return as a student? Let us shed some light by outlining what you need to consider.
Many people have never considered filing their taxes. It used to be messy and complicated – and if you're a regular employee, you might not even need to file. Since not all taxpayers are legally obligated to file an annual tax return, there can be confusion when it comes to the deadline: It’s not the same for all taxpayers! Our overview of the different regulations will help you file on time regardless.
As an international company with team members from all over the globe, we are experiencing the unique challenges the current crisis presents & would like to share a few thoughts on steadily moving forward.
Being a student comes with expenses – but your tax return is a great way to reclaim at least a part of your hard-earned money. Find out what you can deduct as study costs to claim your optimal refund as a university student!
In this blog article, we'll provide you with all the information you need to determine whether you're legally obligated to file a tax declaration, what the financial benefits of voluntary filing are!