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Introduction to German tax law / Heike Jochum and Philipp J. Thiele.

By: Jochum, Heike, 1968- [author].
Contributor(s): Thiele, Philipp J, 1983- [author].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Stuttgart, Germany : Boorberg, 2018Edition: 2nd edition.Description: 132 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9783415061606 (pbk.); 3415061604 (pbk.).Subject(s): Steuerrecht | DeutschlandDDC classification: 343.04 Other classification: PP 3020 | QL 600 | QL 800 Online resources: Table of contents (detailed) | Sample text
Contents:
MACHINE-GENERATED CONTENTS NOTE: A. Introduction -- B. Personal Income Tax -- C. Other Taxes on Income and the Solidarity Surcharge -- D. Social Security Contributions -- E. Corporate Income Tax -- F. Trade Tax -- G. Real Estate Tax -- H. Real Estate Transfer Tax -- I. Anti-Avoidance Measures -- J. Value Added Tax (VAT) -- K. Inheritance and Gift Tax -- L. General Fiscal Code -- Glossary German – English -- Glossary English – German. -- Provided by publisher.
Summary: MACHINE-GENERATED SUMMARY NOTE: "The authors have recognized the need to produce an introductory guide to German tax law. This book is written for non-german colleagues from abroad, for German colleagues who strive to improve their English skills while dealing with tax law, and for all students and professionals who have been looking for a lucid path into German tax law. This book presents straightforward information and vocabulary, along with access to a brief explication of the tax system and its principles. Here the principles of German tax law and the main forms of German taxes can be found. Focus is placed on German personal income tax and corporate income tax. The distinctive German trade tax is also touched on. Further attention is given to anti-avoidance measures, real estate (transfer) tax, value added tax (VAT), inheritance and gift tax and procedural aspects of these. Useful glossaries detail the most important terms." -- Provided by publisher.Summary: MACHINE-GENERATED NOTE ABOUT AUTHOR(S)/EDITOR(S): "Professor Dr. jur. Heike Jochum, Mag. rer. publ., Managing Director of the Institute for Finance and Tax Law, University of Osnabrück. Dr. Jur. Philipp J. Thiele LL.M. (Edinburgh), lawyer at Osborne Clarke in Cologne and lecturer at the University of Osnabrück." -- Provided by publisher.
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FIRST EDITION: Published in 2013. -- Preface, p. 5.

MACHINE-GENERATED CONTENTS NOTE:
A. Introduction --
B. Personal Income Tax --
C. Other Taxes on Income and the Solidarity Surcharge --
D. Social Security Contributions --
E. Corporate Income Tax --
F. Trade Tax --
G. Real Estate Tax --
H. Real Estate Transfer Tax --
I. Anti-Avoidance Measures --
J. Value Added Tax (VAT) --
K. Inheritance and Gift Tax --
L. General Fiscal Code --
Glossary German – English --
Glossary English – German.
-- Provided by publisher.

MACHINE-GENERATED SUMMARY NOTE:
"The authors have recognized the need to produce an introductory guide to German tax law. This book is written for non-german colleagues from abroad, for German colleagues who strive to improve their English skills while dealing with tax law, and for all students and professionals who have been looking for a lucid path into German tax law.
This book presents straightforward information and vocabulary, along with access to a brief explication of the tax system and its principles. Here the principles of German tax law and the main forms of German taxes can be found. Focus is placed on German personal income tax and corporate income tax. The distinctive German trade tax is also touched on. Further attention is given to anti-avoidance measures, real estate (transfer) tax, value added tax (VAT), inheritance and gift tax and procedural aspects of these. Useful glossaries detail the most important terms."
-- Provided by publisher.

MACHINE-GENERATED NOTE ABOUT AUTHOR(S)/EDITOR(S):
"Professor Dr. jur. Heike Jochum, Mag. rer. publ., Managing Director of the Institute for Finance and Tax Law, University of Osnabrück.
Dr. Jur. Philipp J. Thiele LL.M. (Edinburgh), lawyer at Osborne Clarke in Cologne and lecturer at the University of Osnabrück."

-- Provided by publisher.

CATALOGUING: copy descriptive cataloguing + additions/corrections + summary + contents, 2018-11-28.

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