The social media industry is increasingly becoming the focus of the tax authorities. After the labeling obligation of advertising posts, now comes the taxman. Influencers and other social media actors are therefore well advised to also take care of the tax aspects of their activities at an early stage.
If you act too late, you risk incurring substantial additional payments, which could even lead to insolvency. Missing or incorrect information can also lead to criminal tax proceedings. For the first time, a tax authority published basic information on the tax liability of influencers. The publisher is the Bavarian State Tax Office and the special unit there, Central Tax Supervision (Online Task Force).
The core message is clear: „We’ve got you covered!“
The new brochure provides a brief overview of the tax issues surrounding the topic of „Youtuber, Influencer &Co.“
In addition, I would be happy to provide you with individual advice.