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Simulate your loan relay

Set up by the banks to help households a new property, mostly real estate until the old is sold, the bridge loan consists of a cash advance granted by a banking institution. This advance corresponds to a percentage of the estimated amount of the sale of the unit, which may vary depending on the probability […]

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This is what a European passbook could look like

Brussels – Europe’s savers receive little interest on their savings – and at the same time get small companies too rarely credit. Both are consequences of the financial crisis. Now the EU Commission wants to tackle these problems in one fell swoop. Their antidote is a new EU passbook for Europe’s citizens. It is to […]

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Which providers are there in Germany?

  The most recent is Turo, an American start-up that claims to be the leader in peer-to-peer sharing with more than 5 million customers worldwide and 200,000 vehicles in more than 5,500 cities. Daimler has also been involved in the company since 2017. The Americans compete with the self-proclaimed European leader Snappcar with 50,000 cars […]

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Tax return (5): To fill the KAP from right

The form KAP is your passive income, that is primarily dividends and interest, reserved. However, it applies only to private capital income. Interest or dividends that affect your company or practice and income incurred as part of your rental income, do not belong in here, but these types of income must be allocated. Speculative gains […]