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Client Alert 24 Mar. 2020
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On March 19, 2020 both the German Federal Ministry of Finance and the Supreme Tax Authorities of the German Federal States have released a circular and a decree (respectively) introducing “certain tax measures to relieve the effects of the coronavirus (COVID- 19 /SARS-VoV-2)” (GZ: IV A 3 -S 0336/19/10007 :002 2020/0265898, ("Steuerliche Massnahmen zur Beruecksichtigung der Auswirkungen des Coronavirus (COVID-19/SARS-CoV-2)").
In this news alert we would like to inform you of such measures.
Circular of the German Federal Ministry of Finance
In an effort to mitigate the considerable damage to the economy already caused by the coronavirus in large parts of Germany and to mitigate the damage which is likely to ensue, the German Federal Ministry of Finance has issued a circular aimed at helping taxpayers avoid undue hardship.
In agreement with the Supreme Tax Authorities of the German Federal States, the following now applies to tax deferral applications and enforcement measures as well as to application for the adjustment of prepayments for those taxes administered by the state tax authorities on behalf of the federal government:
Decree of the Supreme Tax Authorities of the German Federal States
On March 19, 2020 the Supreme Tax Authorities of the German Federal States have released a decree in relation to the effects of coronavirus on the assessment of the trade/business tax base for the purpose of trade /business tax prepayments.
The decree states:
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