ACCONSIS is a holistic consulting company based in Munich.
More than 130 experts in the business areas of auditing, tax and legal consulting,
as well as in business and financing consulting set the decisive
and always think one step ahead in order to develop needs-based service solutions for all clients.
for all clients. Learn more about us …

Events Search

News at a glance

From landlord to tax evader? These are pitfalls.

Landlords beware: How to avoid unintentional mistakes on your tax return!

This article will give you an insight into how landlords can unintentionally become tax evaders. As the tax regulations in the area of letting are very complex, misunderstandings can easily arise and even well-intentioned actions can lead to serious consequences such as criminal tax proceedings. It is therefore important to recognise the risks as a landlord and understand how to act in such a case.

Read more

Claiming a compulsory portion – what you should know

Claiming the compulsory portion is often necessary after a disinheritance if heirs do not want to fulfill the compulsory portion claim or want to pay out too small a share of the value of the estate.

But who is entitled to the compulsory portion? Who can sue for the compulsory portion? And how does this claim work? We provide answers to these and other questions in this article!

Read more

Maternity protection pay: no disadvantage with seasonally fluctuating income

When it comes to maternity protection pay and the amount of maternity protection pay under the Maternity Protection Act (MuSchG), the last three months before the start of a pregnancy are relevant for the calculation. This is not a problem for women with a fixed monthly income or a low proportion of variable remuneration. The situation is different if the variable portion of the remuneration is high and also fluctuates (strongly) depending on the season.

Read more

Pseudo self-employment: When are “freelancers” employees after all? 

Bogus self-employment is a recurring issue for companies that employ freelancers and for freelancers themselves. And yet both sides tend to bury their heads in the sand when it comes to this issue and hope that everything will work out. However, it would be better to address this problem proactively and find solutions. After all, bogus self-employment can lead to considerable trouble with social insurance providers and authorities.

But when is a freelancer not a freelancer, but an employee? Which criteria are decisive? What are the consequences of bogus self-employment for both sides? And: How can the problem be avoided?

We provide answers to these questions in this article.

Read more

Our ABC of experts

(for personal contact)