German Tax Aspects of Cross-Border Remote Working

By and on June 8, 2022

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, remote working became a necessity. Despite the easing lockdowns, the trend is likely to stay, particularly with “workstations” being actively promoted by the travel industry; however, there are considerable tax consequences for international employers. In this International News article, McDermott’s Gero Burwitz and Isabella Denninger discuss the complexity of this new working order and how international businesses can navigate it.

Access the article (pg. 11).

Gero Burwitz
Dr. Gero Burwitz is a licensed tax specialist (Fachanwalt für Steuerrecht) focusing his practice on taxation of business entities (partnerships and corporations), tax aspects of financing and reorganization, international and European tax law, income taxation and tax litigation before tax courts and the German Supreme Tax Court (Bundesfinanzhof). Gero has extensive experience in tax aspects of long-term employee incentive programs, tax litigation and the taxation of nonprofit organizations. Read Gero Burwitz's full bio.


Isabella Denninger
Dr. Isabella Denninger focuses her practice on German and international tax law with an emphasis on corporate tax law, audits and tax authority proceedings and M&A transactions. Her clients include medium-sized companies, international groups and financial investors. Prior to joining McDermott, Isabella worked for two highly regarded German law firms concentrating on tax law Read Isabella Denninger's full bio.

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