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Where to Volunteer in Dusseldorf as an English Speaker

By on October 18th, 2017

It’s not hard to see that in Düsseldorf, there’s always something going on… parties, concerts, meetups. It’s easy to find something to do every day, but what hasn’t been easy for many of us English expats here in Düsseldorf… is finding opportunities to volunteer (without speaking fluent German).

 

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Social Securities in Germany


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An Introduction the 4 Social Securities in Germany

By on August 24th, 2017

Every person who earns money in Germany has to pay taxes and contribute to social security. Depending on where you’re originally from, you may be used to this system, but let’s break it down anyway.

 

In Germany, we have four different social securities:

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International Money Transfers


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Your Options for International Money Transfers To/From Germany

By on May 31st, 2017

The topic had to come up at some point, why not today? We’ve all had to figure out international money transfers at one point in time since living in Germany, and if not yet, just you wait.

My time came when we decided to buy…

jobs in Dusseldorf


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Expert Tips for Finding Expat Jobs in Dusseldorf

By on April 2nd, 2017

Germany is the second most popular migration destination in the world (after the US) and, per the latest survey by Internations, the ‘western capital’ Düsseldorf is the country’s most popular destination for foreign residents. Those expats who already call Düsseldorf their home, are often proud to live…

Set up a GmbH in Germany


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How to Set up a GmbH in Germany

By on January 26th, 2017

A GmbH can be as big or as small as you want. You can be a one-man show, without any support staff. Or you could be a massive conglomerate.

From the accountant who put together the posts Starting a Business in Germany: A Tax Guide for Freelance Expats and 

Jenna Davis
Düsseldorf, Germany

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