If you are employed in Great Britain there is a good chance you are eligible for a tax refund. What kind of documents do you need for that?
How to make sense of the british tax system? Compared to most countries in central Europe, where a tax year usually lasts from 1st January to 31st December, Great Britain is the exception.
If you are employed in Austria chances are that you are entitled to a tax refund. What documents do you need for that? 1. Lohnzettel – form L16 or payslips from your employer Lohnzettel is the austrian counterpart of your country’s taxable income statement.
You work in Austria and when filing your tax return you don’t know the answer to the key question:“Am I or am I not a tax resident of Austria?” When am I considered a tax resident of Austria?