As set out in section 270 of the Civil Code (Bürgerliches Gesetzbuch), tax debt is payable at the address of the payee. This means that you, the taxpayer, bear the risks and costs of transferring the money (e.g. bank charges).
Bank charges may vary depending on the bank and method of payment used. To avoid problems later on, it is recommended that you ask your bank about charges in advance and adjust the payment amount accordingly.
Transfers within the EU/EEA should be made via the SEPA procedure using your international account number (IBAN and BIC). This is a simple, cheap, quick and secure way to make both domestic and cross-border transfers in euros.
Further information on transferring money to the Neubrandenburg Tax Office can be found here: