Tax relief

The level of income tax does not only depend on income. When determining the taxable income, the family situation is also taken into account. In order to be able to take this into account for the current month rather than after the end of the year, all taxpayers are divided into different wage tax brackets:

Tax class 1

If you are single and you are not entitled to the relief contribution for single parents, you fall into tax class 1. The same applies to permanently separated spouses or partners and divorced persons.

Tax class 2

This class applies to single single parents who are entitled to the tax relief amount for single parents

Tax class 3

Married or partnered employees can choose this tax class if a spouse or partner is not employed or earns significantly less. The other spouse or partner is then classified in tax class 5.

Tax class 4

If you are single and you are not entitled to the relief contribution for single parents, you fall into tax class 1. The same applies to permanently separated spouses or partners and divorced persons.

Tax class 4 with factor

married or partnered employees can apply for a factor to be entered annually. This takes into account the income tax that is expected to be paid jointly according to the splitting procedure. The monthly wage tax deduction then corresponds almost to the expected annual tax liability of the spouse or partner.

Tax class 5

In this Income tax classmarried or partnered employees are classified whose spouse or partner is classified in tax class 3.

Tax class 6

It applies to everyone who has a second or further employment relationship.

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