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The broadcasting contribution is levied in the private sector per dwelling and does not depend on the type and number of radios. The rule applies: an apartment - a contribution. The broadcast contribution includes all Radios, Smartphones and Computer inside your apartment and in the private cars of all apartment dwellers. If a resident pays the broadcasting fee, the obligation to pay contributions for all persons living in the apartment is covered. This rule applies to: Families Shared flats Unmarried couples Are you a student and live in a student dormitory? This is where the exact spatial conditions on site are important. You will have to pay a broadcast fee if you have your room directly through a private entrance from the stairwell or an anamaire from or from the outside. You do not have to pay a fee if you can only enter your room via another apartment. Note: For a second home you have to pay an additional broadcasting fee. People with disabilities and recipients of state benefits can receive relief. Companies, institutions and the self-employed are subject to special rules.

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You must register with the Contribution Service, if you are of legal age (18 years or older) and if you or another person do not yet pay a broadcasting fee for your apartment. There is no obligation to pay contributions for a vacant apartment. Prerequisite is: that it is not inhabited by anyone, that there is no lease for them, and that no person is registered with the registration office for them.

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