Landlords and self-performed services: are self-issued invoices apportionable?

Landlords and self-performed services: are self-issued invoices apportionable?

As a landlord, you’ll always have to deal with various costs incurred when renting out property. One of these cost factors is possible own work that you have performed as a landlord. If you want to pass on these costs to your tenants, the question arises as to whether invoices issued by you for personal services are apportionable or not.

As a general rule, only costs incurred as a result of a professional service can be passed on to tenants. An exception to this are own services that were carried out by a craftsman and can be proven by an invoice.

Coronavirus- the new “fixed cost allowance 800.000” in austria

With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, many industries, especially in hospitality and tourism, have been severely affected by the restrictions. In order to support these industries, the Austrian government has introduced the “Fixed Cost Grant 800.000” introduced. But what is the “fixed cost subsidy 800.000” and how will it help businesses in Austria?
The “Fixkostenzuschuss 800.000” is a one-time support that companies can receive to cover their fixed costs during the pandemic. This support is intended for companies that can no longer cover their fixed costs from their own resources and have a drop in sales of at least 30%. The “Fixkostenzuschuss 800.000” can be used by SMEs, sole proprietorships and also by certain associations and foundations.
In this article, we would like to take a closer look at the “Fixkostenzuschuss 800.000” at. We will take a closer look at who is eligible, the conditions attached to it, and how it can be applied for. We will also discuss whether the “Fixed Costs Grant 800.000” Is a bailout or whether it requires further action in Austria to overcome the long-term economic impact of COVID-19.

What is the fixed cost grant?

In view of the economic difficulties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Austrian government has introduced a new “Fixkostenzuschuss 800″ program.000” introduced. This grant is intended to help businesses cover their fixed costs while they are unable to earn income due to business interruptions or sales declines.

Will vexcash be registered in the schufa?

If you are planning to take out a loan with Vexcash, you may have wondered whether Vexcash will report customers’ credit scores to SCHUFA. SCHUFA is the largest German credit agency and collects information about consumers’ creditworthiness creditworthiness.

Vexcash is a short-term loan provider that offers fast and uncomplicated loans without a detailed credit check. So it is understandable that many customers have concerns and wonder if Vexcash will report the credits to SCHUFA.

Loss of use after a traffic accident – how long is it valid??

A traffic accident is an unpleasant and often also expensive affair. In addition to the cost of repairing the vehicle, the injured party will also incur other expenses, for example in the form of rental car or travel costs. In addition, the vehicle may not be available for a certain period of time, resulting in a loss of use. But how long will this claim last and what factors must be taken into account??
As a general rule, the injured party is entitled to loss of use if his vehicle is no longer roadworthy as a result of the accident. The duration of the loss of use depends on various factors, such as the extent of the accident or the availability of a replacement vehicle. In some cases, the claim for loss of use can even last for up to one year.
But what conditions must be met for the claim for loss of use to exist and how is it calculated? In the following, these issues are examined in more detail and possible pitfalls are highlighted.

What is loss of use after traffic accident also for one year?

After a traffic accident, it can happen that the vehicle can no longer be used. Loss of use refers to the time during which the car cannot be used. This often results in financial losses for the vehicle owner.