Monday21 Feb 2000
German income tax is like US income tax back in the '70s. Very complicated and very expensive. Lots of rules and lots of deductions. The fifty-percent tax bracket is alive and well. However, my experience is that, unlike the American IRS, the German Finanzamt is staffed by living, feeling human beings. It's a local office rather than a faceless national bureaucracy.
From debian-devel: Blue Screen of Death
Financial Times Deutschland A new national business newspaper in Germany. It's pink, like the UK version.