From a very young age, I “helped” my mother, who is a self-employed tax advisor in Germany, by sorting the new accounting sheets or assigning documents to accounts. Through her, I learned how a career and raising children can be successfully combined. It was at that time that I decided on my ultimate goal: to one day become a self-employed certified tax consultant.
With more than 16 years professional experience (12 of which were with the Big Four here in Switzerland,) and a background in both German and Swiss – domestic and international – taxation and social security, I decided in 2022 to found my own company.
Background and Education:
- Having worked in Switzerland, Germany and the USA, I have personal experience of the taxation and mobility considerations central to living and working in multiple countries.
- Through my work on both small and large international mobility engagements, I have substantial knowledge of the interplay between tax jurisdictions for individuals on both a local contract and international assignment.
- Bachelor of Business Administration (2006), Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW), Specialization: International tax law
- German Certified Tax Advisor (2010), member of the Chamber of Tax Advisers Stuttgart (Steuerberaterkammer)
- EXPERTsuisse (2012), member of the Swiss Expert Association for Audit, Tax and Fiduciary
What is important to me for my customers:
My goal is to build a trusting partnership with my clients and work together to achieve your goals.
Based on my personal experience I know what kind of questions come up when dealing with international assignments and the relocation to another country.
I therefore know how important it is that both employee and employer feel comfortable with the overall situation and the final solution. Only in this way we can ensure success across the board.
I would be happy to accompany you on your way to success.
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