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Registering as a sole trader for part-time gigs

Hello,


I've done quite a few searches here and I seem to have the gist of it but I'm just looking for a few specific links.


I'm working fulltime (80% technically, but I have a job) and I'm looking to do some small part-time IT gigs (all should be under 2500 / year). I have a B-permit but my spouse has a C-permit so I should be able to apply as a sole trader.



Anyways, I wanted to register as a sole trader so that in case I cut down my work and get more gigs I'm ready to go. I live in Basel-Stadt and I found the relevant form to register as a sole trader here: https://www.jsd.bs.ch/dam/jcr:b4d1d5...ntragung14.pdf


Now, I also need to register with AHV but I cannot find any form online. How do I do this?



Thanks!
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Re: Registering as a sole trader for part-time gigs

This link is to a Basel-Stadt page and form to register as self-employed (Haupt- or Nebenerwerb). It should be submitted after you have made several offers and/or sent several invoices to your customers:

https://www.ausgleichskasse-bs.ch/or...77&parent=1475

It is only necessary to register your self-employment with the commercial register when the annual revenues reach CHF 100'000. The same goes for VAT.

You should also determine whether your B work permit, which appears to be of the non-EU variety, allows secondary self-employment.
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Re: Registering as a sole trader for part-time gigs

Ah thank you so much, this is exactly what I was looking for.


The work permit is not an issue, I can also wait a year until I get my own C-permit which will put me totally in the clear. I just would like to be ideally prepared
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