May, 26, 2017
How does an opera singer, who is at home on the world stage, tax her income in other countries? Where do the employees or freelancers who are sent to Germany on behalf of international companies pay their taxes? In such cases international tax law – the specialty of Steinbronn’s attorney and tax consultant Stefanie Jäger-Reinauer.
In 1994 she founded her law firm, which is mostly English-speaking. Designing and checking contracts
Is as much a part of their work as the running of financial court proceedings.
The specialist in International Income Tax Law and “Expatriate Programs” was the specialist who studied law in Tübingen and Heidelberg and in 1988 he passed the Second Legal State Exam, During their activities with the auditing and consulting company Price Waterhouse PwC in Frankfurt. She completed her apprenticeship as tax consultant at the Stuttgart Chamber of Tax Consultants in 1993/94.
Their predominantly private clients come from home and abroad: the couple of retirees with the holiday property in Spain. The American with German husband who receives her income from US investments. The heiress who inherited a house in the UK. For all of them, the specialist with double education in law and tax law provides important support: “My internationally active clients need a wide range of services and consulting. They are glad to get tax and legal advice from a single source. It begins with the choice of the health insurance and the deal
With the family fund, and extends to the areas of tax and finance.
One must simply know how the double taxation agreements in the individual states are taking effect. These bilateral
Contracts are above national tax law. “In principle, the portfolio to be rendered is different in each country. Stefanie Jäger-Reinauer is on the To-Do list every day for other tax consultants. Quite different rules, other taxes, interesting people and encounters: “This is incredibly exciting and an interesting challenge,” she smiles and has a tip for national and international taxpayers. “I always advise my clients to collect a lot of evidence so we can be creative together.”