The following list summarizes the ten steps to open a company in Germany. In general, start-up investors will always handle these steps in this order, and On Demand International can help you in all of these steps. Requirements are as follows:
Legal form: This will include making choices among the types of companies available, as well as developing business plans and structure management.
Legal documents: A lawyer specializing in the establishment of a company in Germany will prepare the company charter for the new company.
Name: Only unique names can be registered in the German trade registration. This is why investors are advised to check at the local Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Establishment: The company's articles of association must be notarized, so the company was established in front of the notary in Germany.
Bank account: A bank account opened in Germany under the name of the company and must be deposited in the minimum share capital and must be accompanied by a bank certificate proving the document. The notice of the deposit and the bank statement will be submitted to the notary public who established the processing company.
Submission of documents: Notarized documents and certificates of deposit must be deposited in the local court for registration at the local business registry.
After these steps are completed, the local business office must be notified that a new company has been established. After that, you need to register with a professional association and register with the labor office. If the company will have employees, they must be registered for health and social insurance. Any company has to pay taxes, so the final step in the company's establishment is to send relevant documents to the tax bureau. The company's tax ID or VAT ID number is issued by the tax bureau.
Registering with the tax office is the last step after opening a company. After completing this work, the company can begin to engage in its business activities. It is important to note that certain areas of business are regulated and German companies must apply for special permits and permits from the relevant German authorities.
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