Buying a house can be a good investment in Germany, especially if you are living in Germany for the long term. In this article, you will find everything you need to know when buying a house in Germany, including the purchase procedure, the costs, and other tips, etc. Continue reading “Buying a House in Germany – As a Foreigner”
During quarantine due to the coronavirus crisis, many people are stuck at home and have a lot of spare time. Why don’t you take this opportunity and make some extra money from home? It doesn’t matter if you are a student or housewife wanting to make some money from home; or if you have a full-time job already but looking for ways to make some extra cash on the side. In this article, you will find many different ways to make money from home. Continue reading “20 Ideas to Make Money from Home during Quarantine”
Are you stressed about filing your tax return in Germany? How does it work and what if you do not know German? In this post, you will find an overview of the tax return in Germany including different ways to submit your tax return and how you can get help if you do not speak German.
Are you aware of the difference between private vs public health insurance in Germany? Which one is better for you? What are the pros and cons of each of them? How to decide which one you should take? In this post, you will find everything you need to know about private vs public health insurance in Germany. Continue reading “Private vs Public Health Insurance: What is Better for Expats in Germany?”
Are you planning to move to Germany and wondering how much money you would need? In this article, you can have an overview of the cost of living in Germany, as well as the different ways to save money while living in Germany. Continue reading “Cost of living in Germany – How to save money?”
When living in Germany, be prepared to hear people talking about insurance all the time. You can always find insurance in Germany to insure anything you want. Germans are very organized people. They plan for the unexpected and like to have everything covered and feel safe. This is something I struggled to understand when I first moved to Germany. In this post, I will describe why Germans are so into insurance, the most common types of insurance in Germany and why you need them. Continue reading “Insurance in Germany – Which one do you need?”
As a foreign student, I fully understood the financial hardship during my student time in Germany.
In 2010, I took all my saving with me and flew to Germany alone to enroll in a master degree in a university. The degree was supposed to last for two years, while my saving was only enough to cover the first year expense.
In this post, I will show you different ways to earn money in Germany as a student.