What are some for-profit educational institutions

Educational institutions

The education policy debate, the results of the PISA study and, last but not least, the first report on education in Germany commissioned by the federal and state governments have led to increased social awareness of the education system in Germany against the background of a globalized world.

Education is increasingly perceived as a permanent element in the life cycle of the individual and as the basis for individual development opportunities, social performance and equal opportunities. The consequence of this perception is the increase in diversity in the German educational landscape. The offer of private or public, non-profit or profit-oriented educational institutions has enriched the options for the education-oriented population in Germany in all areas of early childhood education and care, general schools, vocational education and training as well as technical colleges and universities. For many years we have been advising and auditing child day-care centers, schools, providers of vocational educational institutions and universities in all organizational forms (private / public, non-profit / profit-oriented). The focus is on the central issues of tax treatment of tax-free and taxable areas and the resulting accounting issues.