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chack says

But they hold Ikea… So they make money Oo

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Joost Volunteer moderator says
But they hold Ikea… So they make money Oo

Simply holding a profit-generating organisation or company does not make you money per definition..

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chack says

But Ikea doesn’t have to pay taxes – as far as i understood :) And thats a neat trick, isn’t it?

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3dbacks says

pay your taxes:)

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3dbacks says

...and sleep, like Santa is coming:)

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ArikB says
But Ikea doesn’t have to pay taxes – as far as i understood :) And thats a neat trick, isn’t it?

My apologies, I didn’t read the article

In May 2006, the Magazine The Economist estimated that the foundation was worth US$36 billion, making it the world’s wealthiest – more than the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. In the same article, The Economist alleged that INGKA uses the foundation structure for corporate tax-avoidance and anti-takeover protection scheme for IKEA .[1]
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chack says

No Problem :)

But we are going Off Topic…

Myself didn’t think about taxes here in germany… Well, first i have to earn here some bucks :D

BTW , if you freelance from time to time, do you have to pay taxes? If you just create websites for fun & some times… Like 1000€ in the whole year.

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ArikB says
No Problem :)

But we are going Off Topic…

Myself didn’t think about taxes here in germany… Well, first i have to earn here some bucks :D

BTW , if you freelance from time to time, do you have to pay taxes? If you just create websites for fun & some times… Like 1000€ in the whole year.

Ask your local tax service office.

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chack says

I guess that will be the smartest way :)

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