December 25, 2020
registering small business in germany

Registering Small Businesses in Germany

Are you setting up a business alone and can’t enter in the commercial register as a trader? Or set up a GbR with others? Maybe you […]
January 13, 2021
gmbh in Germany

Dissolution, liquidation and deletion of a GmbH in Germany

Before an existing GmbH (company with limited liability) can be deleted from the commercial register, numerous legally prescribed formalities must be observed. The withdrawal of the […]
January 15, 2021
real estate or stock

Real Estate Or Stocks – Which Is Better?

If one question has divided the minds of the financial world for years, it is about the winner of the duel between stocks and real estate. […]
February 4, 2021

Civil Law Partnership (GbR) in Germany

GBR is a partnership in Germany owned by individuals or entities with separate business licenses that enter into an oral or written partnership agreement. The establishment […]
April 4, 2023
German business culture

German business culture

Germany has a distinct business culture, reflecting its history, values, and economic structure. Familiarity with this unique culture is essential for successfully starting a business in Germany. In this article from Wise Business Group, we will mention ten fundamental features of German business culture.
May 12, 2023
Airbnb regulations in Germany

Airbnb regulations in Germany

How can hosts rent out their property on Airbnb in Germany? Are there any requirements to comply with? Should their property have specific characteristics? Should the hosts take particular legal action before renting their property on this platform? Here at Wise Business Group, we explain the Airbnb regulations in Germany in detail.
November 3, 2023
Recognition process in Germany

Recognition process in Germany

You must go through the qualification recognition process to immigrate to Germany. During this process, it will be determined whether your qualifications are comparable to professional […]
January 23, 2024
Child benefit in Germany

Child benefit in Germany

An overview of the requirements and the way to receive child benefits in Germany If you have children and live in Germany, you can receive an allowance from the government to cover the costs of raising your children. Your child must live with you and be under 18 to receive this allowance. If they are over 18 years old, they must be studying or completing vocational training. Also, enrollment in a school in Germany is necessary for children aged 6 to 16. First, you must get the benefit application form from the family benefits office and fill it out accurately. Then, submit the completed form with the required documents to the relevant office. This office will approve your application after reviewing the documents and information provided. As a result, you can receive a monthly benefit for raising your children, which amounts to 292 euros in 2024.
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