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Freelancing whilst studying in CH - Einzelfirma?

Hi all,

I have been freelancing from the UK for a Swiss company for the past few months and in September will be moving to CH for a Masters degree course.

Having trawled the internet I am struggling to understand whether I will need to register my freelancing as an Einzelfirma or not given that the income is so low. At the moment I earn the equivalent of 200-300 CHF/Month (varying a little from month to month) but am hoping to increase this - so per year I might be earning 3000-4000 CHF in total.

I should be getting a B permit as I'll be studying for over a year.

So far r.e. tax it hasn't been a problem as I've been resident in the UK whilst freelancing but I don't want to make any mistakes when I'm living in CH as I'm hoping to live in Switzerland long-term.

Thanks for your help!
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