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Hi Guys! I have a question - as a Polish citizen living in Berlin for nearly 3 months and having public insurance (in AOK) I would like now to open Gewerbe and resign from public insurance to get private one in Mawista company which is way cheaper. I am aware of the fact that they differ in terms of insurance coverage but price is more important for me at the moment. But there is information on Mawista website that bothers me - "Please note that there is a statutory obligation for inhabitants in some countries to take out health insurance that contains a statutory (minimum) level of coverage. It is the responsibility of the policyholder and the insured persons to ensure that they satisfy the statutory requirements regarding health insurance protection in their country of domicile or the country of residence. We recommend that you seek external advice. Section 193 (3) of the German Insurance Contract Act (VVG) contains an obligation for persons resident in Germany (with a few exceptions) to take out insurance. The MAWISTA Expatcare policy is not adequate to meet the insurance obligation in the Federal Republic of Germany. The level of coverage provided by the policy does, however, essentially match that of a medical expenses policy. The policy provides insurance protection for periods of temporary residence outside of Germany and for periods of temporary residence in Germany, provided no domicile is established." Could someone explain me if it fits for self employed people in Berlin?

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10 Easy Steps I How to rent an apartment in Germany

What is Schufa?

What should a German rental contract look like?

How to get that flat?

Let’s talk openly: Finding an apartment in Germany can be tough. Really tough. Lots of competition. Rent prices are much higher than what you expected.

Let me equip you with some tools you need for flat-hunting in Deutschland. They helped me at least… Which documents do I need for renting an apartment? How expensive is a room in Germany? How does a rental contract look like? Here is your guide!


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Otherwise, you may still be liable to pay income tax in Germany! The Problem(s) What does ‘Abmeldung des Wohnsitzes’ (residence deregistration) mean? You do not know how to to deregister your German address / residence. You have left Germany permanently and forgotten to inform the authorities. The deregistration form is only available in German.

Why is Nikolaustag celebrated before Christmas in Germany?

Today is Nikolaus day in Germany... what day!?? Each December 6th, children in Germany celebrate 'St. Nikolaus Day'. But why does the Santa look-alike come so early and why do all the children place their shoes outside their front doors on the evening before? The Local has the lowdown.

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5 Facts to understand Social Benefits in Germany

Finally got a job in Germany. Congrats!

Now you may be able to access social benefits. Be smart, don't miss your opportunities.

Here are some hard facts from a fellow expat:

- Everyone who is employed in Germany and earns more than 450 Euros per month is automatically part of the social security system in Germany;

- You may benefit from the various social funds (health insurance, unemployment benefits, etc);

- How and to what extent you can benefit from the funds also depends on how much time you have paid into the German social security funds;

- You can claim unemployment benefits if you are unemployed and paid contributions into the German social security for at least 12 months in the last two years. How to claim social benefits in Germany? Can I get unemployment payments? Why do I need a social security number? Here's answers to your questions!

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How much did you pay for your last gas and electricity bill?
Do you even remember?
You should definitely check once you get home.
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You wonder why?
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Let me guess. You want to live in Germany?

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Depending on your citizenship, you may need a visa for living and working in Germany.

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There are several different types of residence permits, as you may know.

The type of visa you must apply for depends on the purpose of your visit to Germany.

Let me show you 8 common visas for staying in Germany. Here are 8 ways to get a German resident permit: Apply for a work visa, student visa, job-seeker visa, internship visa, EU Blue Card,...


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Can everybody get public health insurance in Germany?

Learn the most important 8 facts about German health insurance! 7 Easy Facts. Private or public health insurance in Germany - which is better? Can I get German public insurance, if I am unemployed? Find out now.

10 Must-Knows about how to open a German business banking account

Need a business bank account in Germany? You’re in the right place.

As a freelancer in Berlin, I needed a fair bank account for my steadily growing business.

Opening a “Geschäftskonto” – translated literally like “office account” – is not easy, if you are new to it.

Everything matters - your business size, your budget, and your flexibility.

Where to begin?

I was also lost and had to do the proper homework.

The research I’ve newly done, can help you to avoid some mistakes and use your budget wisely.

3 main lessons I’ve learned through the process:

1. Ask yourself what type of business bank account do you need? (a checklist is inside for you to specify your preferable bank offer)
2. Find someone who speaks German fluently, even if your German level is B2!
3. Don’t hesitate to make a free appointment (or a couple of them) in different German banks and clarify all your doubts, before opening a business bank account

Just read through and get an affordable bank account to manage your business finances easily and gladly : ) Do you work freelance, run a business and/or are self-employed in Germany? Then you may be legally obliged to open a special bank account, called "Geschäftskonto". Read all you need to know about German business bank accounts.

How to see a doctor in Germany (without speaking German!?)

We all have been in situations when all of a sudden, it’s time to visit a doctor.
It can seem even more complex and terrifying abroad. But maybe it only seems to be complex?

Learn more about medical assistance in Germany and stay on a safe side.
: ) I am sick. Can I just go to a doctor? Must I make an appointment? What are the rules? I don't speak German, are there any English-speaking doctors?!

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9 Easy Steps to become a freelancer in Germany - Start your new life now!

You’ve always dreamt of working independently?

Then becoming a freelancer in Germany may be the right thing for you!

Becoming a freelancer in Germany involves some bureaucracy.

But it’s manageable.

First of all, you should figure out, if you categorized as self-employed (selbstständig) or a freelancer (Freiberufler).

These are two different things in Germany!
Confused? So was I!

Here’s what I found on the topic... To be a freelancer in Germany, you must have proof of health insurance, get registered, get a tax ID, ... Here you can fill out all forms online!

Sommer pause

July and August are usually ‘quiet months’ in Germany.

In other words, most Germans take time off to go on a proper holiday.

Going on a retreat, a hotel or visiting some cities – traveling for 2 weeks is not uncommon.

Most people I know have between 25-28 days of vacation per year in Germany.

It’s quite a lot actually if you compare it to some other countries…

Here are greetings from my favorite holiday location in Germany - Rothenburg ob der Tauber 😍

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Did you know that everyone who leaves Germany must deregister (abmelden)?

In other words, you must cancel your residence registration.
Why is this so important?

If you fail to deregister you may be liable to pay tax in Germany.

Moreover, a deregistration confirmation letter allows you to cancel the contracts you have signed in Germany.

Who does not need to deregister?

If you’re leaving Germany for a limited amount of time, it is not necessary to deregister.
If you’re changing address within Germany, you need to register your new address by filling in the registration form (Anmeldung). Leaving Germany? Then you must deregister. You may still be liable to pay income tax if you do not deregister. Fill out deregistration form. Online.

10 Hard Facts about Banking in Germany

There are a few things newcomers in Germany should know about German debit cards, online banking, overdrafts loans etc.

How long do national and international bank transfers take?

What is my favorite bank account for newcomers in Germany?

Are there any bank accounts that do not charge a monthly fee?

Before rushing ahead and opening an account at a random bank, here are ten facts you should know about banking in Germany. You are wondering: What's an EC-Karte? Where do I get free cash? How do I open a free bank account in Germany? Here's ten hard facts you should know!

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Deutsche Welle is one of the most popular news sources for non-German speakers from Berlin and beyond, online and in English.

You obviously know, as an expat in Germany you have to stay up-to-date with all kinds of news from local strikes to new laws regulating your monthly rent.

It’s a great chance to stay on track even if you are not yet fluent in German.

4 Things you MUST do in Berlin over summer! – SympatMe

So many things to do in Berlin, which is your favorite activity?!

The summer season in Berlin is an adventurous journey.

One that you don’t want to miss!

I will introduce you to some activities that have made my Berlin summers unforgettable…

I am sure you will enjoy them as much as I do.

From dancing in the famous Tiergarten, to watching outdoor cinema in one of Berlin’s hippest parks, and swimming in my favorite lake….

Are you ready?

Here we go! These things made my summer in Berlin unforgettable. Dancing in hidden spaces. Swimming in secret lakes. Discovering open-air cinema. Are you ready to go?

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The Best Ice Cream in Berlin - Berlin Food Stories

They say Berlin is a city to offer a greater and wider selection of quality ice cream and gelato than anywhere in Germany….

Do you agree?

Either way, this summer we will all probably find out... The 2018 list of the best ice cream in Berlin ✓ Gelato ✓ Soft Serve ▻ Visit BerlinFoodStories for the best restaurants in Berlin!

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This is a beautiful and peaceful Ammersee in Upper Bavaria.

And what is your favorite lake in Germany to cool down at these crazy summer temperatures?

Best Places to Visit in Germany in Summer | Reflections Enroute

Want to have a weekend getaway, before it gets way too hot in Germany?

Here are the best travel destinations to see the beautiful German cities in all their glory : )

Breathtaking views of rivers and mountains, architectural gems and little towns with gingerbread houses will impress you and recharge your batteries. Summer is the best time to visit Germany, and we've asked top travelers for their recommendations of where to go! From the romantic wine river valleys to the stunning alps and everything in between, there's plenty to do during summer! Click here to read more and find out where to go and what to do!

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What it's really like to work Berlin's startup scene – SympatMe

You must have heard that Berlin is a place for startup enthusiasts.

But have you ever thought why?

I wondered: Why do startups in Berlin continue to attract young professionals and make them relocate to German capital?

To satisfy my curiosity, I decided to talk to startuppers in Berlin and learn about their views on the working culture in Berlin’s hubs.

My intention was to capture the image of a person, who was the ideal startupper…- or was there even such a thing?

Now I want to introduce you to my findings.

Maybe you are looking for a position in a start-up, maybe you want to find your own organization or perhaps you’re just interested in the experience of working a multicultural startup scene.

In any case – let’s lift the curtain to see what the Berlins’ start-up scene is really about! Want to work in a startup in Berlin? What is it like to be a CEO, CMO or CTO? Learn about the life as a startupper in glamourous is it really?!

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Chodowieckistr. 26
Berlin, 10405

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Berlin, 10717

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Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 5
Berlin, 10178

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Berlin, 10707

Deutschlands fachspezifischer Stellenmarkt für Krankenpfleger(innen) Tel.: +49 (0) 30 33 84 79 8 - 01

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Berlin, 10178

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