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Continuing in our Expat Entrepreneur series meet Claire Corbett, a well-traveled Irish femmetrepreneur who, after having already started and sold a successful business in the UK, is bringing her wits and wisdom to the Swiss startup scene.
Any freelancer and self-employed person making more than CHF 2300 per year has to register for social insurance in Switzerland.
Learn where and how to do it in this blog post.
If your business will generate more than CHF 100’000 per year, registration with VAT is mandatory. Find out about the two possible ways to file your VAT returns and how to easily register your company with the Federal Tax Administration.
Fiona Flintham, a Brit with wit, grit and wicked marketing skills to boot is kicking-off the “Expat Entrepreneur Spotlight” blog series, in which you’ll meet some of the courageous start-uppers and learn how they dealt with the struggles they faced and how they overcame them.
If your Sole Proprietorship business will make less than CHF 100’000 per year, a registration with your local Commercial Registry is not mandatory. Depending on your area of business, registering might benefit your company, however. So we check out the registration process and costs.
Kicking off the Freelance in Switzerland series we look at the Swiss rules and regulations for Sole Proprietorship business names and some online tools that can assist with researching existing companies.
For most entrepreneurs in Switzerland, starting their own business begins with becoming a freelancer or rather, self-employed by founding a Sole Proprietorship.
Why the Boegg isn’t the only thing that should start you off this spring.