Examination as tax consultant Unfortunately this specification of service has not yet been completely translated.

The tax consultant examination is a state examination. The examination is divided into a written part consisting of three supervisory papers and an oral examination. The dates for the performance of the written part of the tax consultant examination are fixed nationwide up to and including 2019 in October of the respective year. The examinations are taken by the Senator of Finance. The Hanseatic Chamber of Tax Consultants in Bremen is responsible for the organisational implementation of the written and oral part of the tax consultant examination. The admission to the tax consultant examination must be applied for in writing. An information sheet on the admission requirements and the application for admission to the tax consultant examination are available at http://www.stbkammer-bremen.de/stbp_zulassung.php.

Preconditions
The application for admission to the tax consultant examination must be submitted on an officially prescribed form and addressed to the Hanseatic Chamber of Tax Consultants Bremen if the applicant is working predominantly in Bremen at the time of application or - if he/she does not work - is resident here. The application form for admission to the tax consultant examination is available at http://www.stbkammer-bremen.de/stbp_zulassung.php and can be filled out online. The documents can also be requested from the Hanseatic Chamber of Tax Consultants in Bremen against a self-addressed and sufficiently stamped envelope (compact letter in DIN long format).

Hints
Further details on the audit procedure are available on the website of the Hanseatic Chamber of Tax Consultants Bremen at http://www.stbkammer-bremen.de/stbp_aktuelles.php.
You fill out the application (online if necessary), provide it with a current passport photo and send it signed with all the documents to be attached to the Hanseatische Steuerberaterkammer Bremen, Körperschaft des öffentlichen Rechts, Am Wall 192, 28195 Bremen.