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i have a working b-permit and am american. i am currently employed part-time and would like to teach a bit on the side, does this qualify to register as an independent?
and if so, what are the tax consequences? (i am currently taxed at the source at my other jobs)
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i have a working b-permit and am american. i am currently employed part-time and would like to teach a bit on the side, does this qualify to register as an independent?
and if so, what are the tax consequences? (i am currently taxed at the source at my other jobs)
I think it would be easier to work through an agency. Lots of rules and requirements to work as an independent, not like other countries.

Example:

Self-employment of third-state nationals
Persons from third states can only become self-employed if they or their partner holds a residence permit 'C' or they are married to a Swiss national.

Persons who are not married to a Swiss national or an EU citizen with a residence permit and who themselves have an ordinary one-year residence permit are not permitted to engage in a self-employed activity and exceptions to this policy can only be approved upon prior examination of the required documents.
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