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I hope my problem and questions are clear enough. Do I have zwischehverdienst pay income tax at all? Now, I would like to make the contract with my contracting partner. There is an agency also involved into this who introduced me to the client and they want me to be set-up as a freelancer is Germany.

I’m an EU citizen with B permit.

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The time now is For me, at this point in time, it’s a freelance gig as I am continuing my job search. I’m hoping that you can provide a little help. Could anyone share some experience what kind of possibilities I have and last, but not least how much I have to pay as be tax in Germany? Can I be in Zwischenverdienst? Hi All – hope you can help? If you receive income for work, you should be registered as self employed and pay your social AHV etc obligations and declare the income in your tax declaration.


A here comes the problem: Tags ahvcontractfreelancegermanyravzwischenverdienst.

It would mean that I should pay all of the social contributions, insurances everything in Germany. I did some limited advisory work for an individual not a companyfor which I received a once-off payment of less than CHF2k.

This user would like to thank Spring Break for this useful post: I am already registered with RAV, but currently still on garden leave and my employment is ending by end of April BB code is On.

This AHV brochure might zwiscchenverdienst you in determining whether you would need to register as self-employed and file self-employment payroll taxes English: I have had a look through postings regarding unemployment, “Zwischenverdienst”, freelance work and am still unsure about quite how this is going to work.

I want to keep our life in CH, this is a project would be great to do.

Working as freelance for UK client with B permit “sans activite lucratif”. So, RAV unemployment payments is just starting from 1 May only. I am not about to leave Switzerland zwischenvredienst my kids are attending school here, so intention to keep our life here. I do not want to be either self -employed or set-up a company as this contract is about 6 months only. I think it is completely not needed since I am on RAV payroll, so basically I am already employed here bescheinigjng all social contribution is paid.

I could get a freelance work opportunity in Germany, I am be at RAV and clarified everything with them – I mean the process, the forms I have to fill-out, invoicing etc. I would appreciate some feedback from people who already were in similar situations.


Should I put RAV on pause for the period of the contract? Question on Mobility “Click and Drive”. May be I am wrong, but this is at least my simple understanding. I am zwischenverdient and receiving unemployment benefits with RAV. I will meet my RAV consultant this week, but I would like to have some insights prior meeting him. How do I zwischenverdienwt to pay AHV, taxes etc?

Dear All, I have the following question: Posting Rules You may not post new threads. Many thanks zwischevnerdienst advance. The work location is in Germany, the consulting company I would make the contract with has subsidiary in CH awischenverdienst also in Germany.

The danger is that if you don’t pay the AHV etc, the person who paid you will be asked to pay it if you exceed the limit above This user would like to thank AbFab for this useful post: I assume I will have to. This user would like to thank Mullhollander for this useful post: And yes, you need to pay German social security and taxes.