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Stuttgart - Steuerberatungsgesellschaft GmbH

Germany

CMS GmbH Steuerberatungsgesellschaft is a provider of tax services and part of CMS Hasche Sigle, one of Germany’s leading commercial law firms. We specialise in solving complex tax problems.

Our areas of expertise include

  • Tax planning
  • Special complex tax issues
  • Supporting during complex corporate restructuring and transactions

We advise German and international clients on both national and cross-border tax topics.

Delivering success for a wide range of clients

Our tax consultancy team works with major corporations from a wide range of different sectors. We also advise medium-sized family-owned companies, as well as high net worth individuals and their family offices.

Where issues are complex, we work with you to develop bespoke solutions. We are also happy to assist you in meeting your ongoing tax obligations. We work closely with the legal team at CMS Hasche Sigle and can therefore offer a one-stop service for civil law and tax projects.

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Directions

By planeStuttgart Airport - take a taxi (less than 15 minutes) or number 809 bus.By carMotorway A8 from Karlsruhe/Munich, take the Stuttgart/Degerloch exit and continue on the B27 towards Degerloch/Centre (Zentrum) until you reach the outskirts of Degerloch. At the round office tower, turn right towards Degerloch/Hoffeld, then take the next right into Schöttlestraße, then right again. The entrance to the client parking area is behind the barrierBy trainFrom Stuttgart main railway station, take the U5, U6 or U12 to Degerloch and get off at Albstrasse. The law firm is right on the platform, but the main entrance is on the opposite side of the building.Directions as PDF for printing >>Take the A8 motorway from Karlsruhe or Munich. Take the Stuttgart/Degerloch exit on to the B27 towards Degerloch/Centre until you reach the outskirts of Deger-loch. Once you reach the round tower turn right towards Degerloch/Hoffeld. Turn first right again into the Schöttlestrasse and again first right. There is a signpost to the law firm. From the centre of Stuttgart take the B27 (Neue Weinsteige/Löffelstrasse) towards Degerloch. Once you reach the round tower turn left towards Degerloch/Hoffeld. First right again into the Schöttlestrasse and again first right. There is a signpost to the law firm.From Stuttgart main railway station, take the U5 or U6 as far as Deger-loch/Albstrasse. The law firm is right on the platform, but the main entrance is on the opposite side of the building.

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Schoettlestraße 8
70597 Stuttgart
Germany
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Dezember 2016
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