Will I ever get rich?

If you have to ask this question, then you have already made the most important mistake on the way to wealth: you were not careful enough when choosing your parents.

The chance of getting rich through honest work tends to be close to zero.All that remains is dishonest work or Letting others work for themselves. And avoid taxes – gaaanz important.

Step 1: Reasons a company in the Netherlands.Register a brand there (e.g. a bitten apple).

Step 2: Create a company in Germany and license the brand to the company in the Netherlands.

Step 3: Pay royalties equal to your company profits to the company in the Netherlands.And already your company in Germany has no more profits to tax. Your company in the Netherlands does not have to pay taxes on royalties.

Step 4: Transfer the profits.To do this, you pay dividends to your shareholders. Unfortunately, you don’t have any money for it now, but that’s not a problem, because you can take out a loan. You would have to tax it as revenue, but what is the company for in the Netherlands? And the interest rates are not a problem either, because they in turn reduce your taxable income as expenditure 🙂

Before you start working now: the details with which countries and so on, you have to research yourself and the logo with the bitten apple belongs to someone.

And a good business idea still has to come.Unfortunately, the best idea of all time – advertisers outbid each other for the privilege of displaying your ads until all profits (or more) are siphoned off by the ad agency – is virtually exhausted. But if you come up with a really new (!) and good idea for a social network: tell me, I’m going to join us.

There is still a tiny area left to achieve modest wealth: become top managers.Once you are, you will get a contract for e.g. 5 years with a relatively low annual income (from 250000/year) but guaranteed bonuses. The trick is that you do a shit job, but you can sell it well. Then you will be “released” after two years, but with the fixed contract of 5 years you will still get your salary and bonuses for the entire term.

Speaking of bonuses: If they are not fixed but success-oriented, then the following is possible: first of all, you “structure” the company and dismiss as many people as possible.You can then claim the saved salaries as “savings” and claim corresponding bonuses. Once you’re out again, that’s a problem for your successor but you can claim a corresponding percentage of bonuses for the rest of the term.

Another solution is, for example, for a company that transports goods on steel rails to adjust maintenance.With a well-maintained machine park, you can expect that a few years of big savings in personnel will come together. The fact that after a few years the machines have to be repaired more and more frequently due to the loss of maintenance and the costs are now suddenly higher than before is then also the problem of your successors.

But the real problem with “becoming a manager” is that you can’t get far without a mentor.So either you need a lot of vitamin B, which would make us choose your parents again, or you’ll follow in the English dictionary under brown-nosing.

Another good idea, but probably all of them already gone: an association with state-guaranteed membership and the right to determine the membership fees itself.No idea? This is called the Cooperative or Chamber of Commerce. Every company in Germany IS a member there (by law) and they determine their own contributions. For all companies that deliver something to end users, there is also the compulsory membership of the green dot. But the whole thing has already been watered down by the fact that there are several “green dots” to choose from from which a company can choose. This is stupid for the providers: competition – avoid it if it can only be done somehow. If you can think of anything else: tell me. But you have to bring your own contacts with politicians.

So you see, your chances are rather poor.

Disclaimer: all typos and sarcasm belong to me!

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