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Tax Question in terms of taking freelance work

Hi all,

I recently moved to from the UK to Switzerland with my partner. I worked for 6 months on a contract and I haven’t been able to find anything yet. My old company in the UK offered me a week’s freelance work and I want to be able to take it as I am in between jobs.

- Do I have to register as self employed for a week of work and a very small amount of money (like 1500 CHF when converted)
- How do I work this in terms of tax? I spent all of yesterday trying to work this out online and it’s still no clearer?
- Do I need to ask permission from the OCPM? I did this for my contract as my permit B is family and I had to. Is this the case for self employed as well?

Thanks, and sorry for my lack of knowledge, I found the system in the UK bad enough but this is pretty confusing, any help or advice here would be appreciated.

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