The main difference between being self-employed and being a freelancer is mostly designated by legal text.
Nevertheless, when you combine that with residence permits regulations, the situation for expats becomes a little trickier.
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This is of course a great privilege and needs individual assessment. Some freelancers are compelled to stay in the system even.
"Every self-employed should free themselves from the social security system."
Depending on which type of self-employed category you are grouped into, that defines if this is something you can do.
If you are self-employed it is a great privilege to be able to provision for yourself in the most efficient way. That also makes it your responsibility to do so.
For expats, private health insurance is the topic surrounded by most myths and half-truths.
Health coverage should be tailored to your needs. There are many plans to choose from, that's why we are here to guide you to make the best decision for today and tomorrow.
As an employee, changing into private health insurance is a privilege that you need to qualify for first.
"I can change into private health insurance any time."
There are in fact many things to take care of before
becoming self-employed, to get the greatest possible headstart.
Planning on taking the leap? Awesome!
We will show you how to make use of all your status as
an employee has to offer, while you still can.
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combining your personal and professional finances.
By self-employed consultants, for self-employed expats.