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HiMy father recently purchased shares in two German listed companies (ETR:ACX, ETR:ETG).He is Irish resident/tax payer. I understand that withholding tax of 25% plus Solidarity tax of 5.5% (net tax rate of 26.375%) is charged on dividends at source in Germany.Does anyone have any experience applying for an exemption or claiming back withholding tax from the German tax authority?Particularly interested in which form he should…



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Hi Fegger Great idea, I am keen to go on the 16th Sept.CheersAlan

This is the reply I received; a new official application form is available for applications for the refund of German taxes on investment income in accordance with double taxation agreements and other bilateral agreements or Sections 43b or 44a (9) EStG. Reimbursement applications must be submitted immediately in accordance with this officially prescribed form. The form can be completed online by the applicant (or by…

Hi Graham If you have time can you cast your eyes over the FY results from PCF (LON:PCF) released on Tue. First benefits coming through of the cheap funding resulting from the banking licence. Market appeared to expect more but underlying result was good and cost of funding much reduced.

Morning Another request for PCF (LON:PCF) prelims coverage please Thanks

Hi Graham Can you cast your eyes over the Trading Statement from PCF (LON:PCF) please? Ahead of expectations and starting to see the benefits of its recently gained banking licence and cheaper funding flow. Thanks


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