TaxCorporate TaxGerman SMEs caught out by tax reform

German SMEs caught out by tax reform

Sage survey finds German SMEs unawrae of major changes to the corporate tax regime

Corporate tax changes in Germany have gone unnoticed by many German SMEs
warns software provider
Sage.

In its survey of 1,000 German SMEs 41% were unable to say the impact of the
tax changes on their tax burden.

A quarter did not know that there is a new law reducing the tax rate on
reinvested profits.

The corporate tax rate for large companies is being cut to 12.5% from 20%.
Regional corporate tax rates remain unchanged.

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