Tax Advisor Reappointment
Former tax advisors and tax representatives can be reappointed under certain conditions.
application form photograph Proof that the reasons that were decisive for the revocation of the order no longer exist provisional guarantee of cover on the application for professional indemnity insurance
In addition to passing the tax consultant examination or aptitude test (or the exemption from the tax consultant examination), your personal suitability decides whether you will be re-hired for the activity. The Chamber of Tax Consultants to which you belonged at the time of expiry or revocation of the order is also involved in the reappointment procedure. As a tax consultant, you can be re-hired if the appointment has expired by waiver vis-à-vis the competent Chamber of Tax Consultants, a legally binding exclusion from the profession has been lifted by pardon or at least eight years have elapsed since the final exclusion, or the order has been revoked and the reasons that were decisive for the revocation no longer exist.
- § 38 Ordinance on the Implementation of the Regulations on Tax Advisors, Tax Representatives and Tax Consulting Companies (DVStB) Opens in new window
- § 40 - 48 Tax Advisors Act (StBerG) Opens in new window
- § 67 Tax Consultancy Act (StBerG) Opens in new window
- § 79 Tax Consultancy Act (StBerG) Opens in new window
You must apply in writing to the Rhineland-Palatinate Chamber of Tax Consultants on an officially prescribed form. Submit the fully completed form and including the required supporting documents to the Chamber of Tax Consultants and transfer the fee for processing the application. The Chamber of Tax Consultants checks whether you meet the requirements and decides on your application. The order is made by handing over a certificate. If you have any questions or need help with the application, the Rhineland-Palatinate Chamber of Tax Consultants will provide you with more information.
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