How can I get a Steuer-Identifikationsnummer (tax ID no.) a month before my date of employment, without…

I am a Dutch citizen moving from the United Kingdom to Germany. I have received a conditional employment offer. My next employer has asked me to submit my Lohnsteuerklasse und Steuer-Identifikationsnummer (salary tax classification and tax identification number) at least one month prior to my start of employment. I understand that I can obtain those from Finanzamt (finance office), but apparently only after I have registered with the Meldebehörde (registration authority), for which I apparently need a Wohnungsgeberbestätigung. Is there any way I can get obtain the Lohnsteuerklasse und Steuer-Identifikationsnummer (at least) a month before my start of employment, without physically moving a month before I am due to start (which might mean being unemployed for a month)?

I suppose I would need to rent a place to get a Wohnungsgeberbestätigung, but signing a lease in order to register more than a month before I move without actually moving would be costly (double rent), and I fear it may be considered fraudulent, too. Similarly fraudulent may be to temporarily register at my wifes Zweitwohnung (secondary residence) without ever planning to live there (and the landlord may be unwilling to provide a Wohnungsgeberbestätigung for two for an apartment so small it is only fit for one). Is there another way out of this catch?

a program that will be used to calculate the end of year benefit and the month wage for employees [on hold]

ASSIGNMENT 2

You have been tasked by your manager to write a program that will be used to calculate the end of year benefit and the month wage for employees of university of cape coast. As a new intern of the company that develop software for companies in Ghana. Write a C++ program that will use structure to store the following data to calculate the employee salary.
• empName: name of the employee.
• empId: to hold employee identification numbers.
• Hours: hold the number of hours worked by each employee
• Benefit: pointer to an array of benefit’s ID’s assigned to that employee
• payrate: hold each employee’s hourly pay rate.
• Wages: hold each employee’s gross wages.
The program should keep a list of benefits for a group of employees. It should ask the user how many benefits there are to be and how many employees there are working in UCC. It should then dynamically allocate an array of structure. Each structure’s benefit member should point to a dynamically allocated array that will hold the benefit IDs. After t5he arrays have been dynamically allocated, the program should ask for the name, ID number and all the benefits, pay rate as well as numbers of hours worked for each employee. It should then calculate the gross wages for that employee (hours times payrate) and store them in the wages member variable. After the data has been entered for all the employees, the program should display each employee’s identification number and gross wages as well as benefits enjoyed by each employee.

Input validation: do not accept negative values for hours or numbers less than 15.00 for pay rate.

We had to do a restore from a month-old backup, now there is a conflict with order numbers. How to set Order…

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We had to do a complete restore from a month old backup. Now there is a problem with Paypal versus the Order numbers because Magento is assigning the Order numbers that we already used/assigned in the month since.

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Question: Of the two which would you get more money each month when you retire? Put the same amount in Social…

1. Social Security
2. An Investment Fund that you do the following
a. In your 20’s put 1/2 of your investment funds in small cap funds, 1/4 in mid-cap funds, 1/4 in large cap funds
b. In you 30’s reduce your funds in small cap funds to 1/4, putting 1/8 in mid-cap funds, 1/8 in large cap funds
c. In your 40’s move the rest of your small-cap funds in to your mid-cap funds and large cap funds. Half in each.
d. In your 50’s move half of your mid-cap funds in to corporate bonds and municipal bonds
e. In your 60’s move the rest of your mid-cap funds into corporate bonds and municipal bonds

a program that will be used to calculate the end of year benefit and the month wage for employees

ASSIGNMENT 2

You have been tasked by your manager to write a program that will be used to calculate the end of year benefit and the month wage for employees of university of cape coast. As a new intern of the company that develop software for companies in Ghana. Write a C++ program that will use structure to store the following data to calculate the employee salary.
• empName: name of the employee.
• empId: to hold employee identification numbers.
• Hours: hold the number of hours worked by each employee
• Benefit: pointer to an array of benefit’s ID’s assigned to that employee
• payrate: hold each employee’s hourly pay rate.
• Wages: hold each employee’s gross wages.
The program should keep a list of benefits for a group of employees. It should ask the user how many benefits there are to be and how many employees there are working in UCC. It should then dynamically allocate an array of structure. Each structure’s benefit member should point to a dynamically allocated array that will hold the benefit IDs. After t5he arrays have been dynamically allocated, the program should ask for the name, ID number and all the benefits, pay rate as well as numbers of hours worked for each employee. It should then calculate the gross wages for that employee (hours times payrate) and store them in the wages member variable. After the data has been entered for all the employees, the program should display each employee’s identification number and gross wages as well as benefits enjoyed by each employee.

Input validation: do not accept negative values for hours or numbers less than 15.00 for pay rate.

Question: Of the two which would you get more money each month when you retire?

1. Social Security
2. An Investment Fund that you do the following
a. In your 20’s put 1/2 of your investment funds in small cap funds, 1/4 in mid-cap funds, 1/4 in large cap funds
b. In you 30’s reduce your funds in small cap funds to 1/4, putting 1/8 in mid-cap funds, 1/8 in large cap funds
c. In your 40’s move the rest of your small-cap funds in to your mid-cap funds and large cap funds. Half in each.
d. In your 50’s move half of your mid-cap funds in to corporate bonds and municipal bonds
e. In your 60’s move the rest of your mid-cap funds into corporate bonds and municipal bonds

I suspect this question is too complicated for most people

Question: How much and how often should I feed my three month old axolotl?

My axie is three moths old and about 3.5 inches long. I’ve been feeding about 8-10 bloodworms a day. Is this too much? Too little? He was starting to float tail fist but that subsided after about an hour. I’ve onky had him for three days. I watched him eat a little at thre breeders but I’m still concerned I’m not feeding an adequate amount.

When should my spouse file i-485 (her visa expires in 1 month)

I have applied for NIW program and decided to file my I-485 before my I-140 is approved. However, my spouse who is on F1-OPT visa is still waiting for her H-1B visa to be issued.
Her OPT will be expired in one month, and if she doesn’t get her H1B visa she has to leave the US.
My question is that is it better if we apply separately for i-485 or is there any other option that we can apply for i-485 together considering she might have to leave to leave the country while her i-485 is being processed.