Shaping economic success – that's the challenge
A personal activity which requires belonging to a professional organisation, invoicing under compensation regulations, tax privileges as well as membership with professional pension organisations are significant characteristics of freelance professions. In addition to the benefits that freelancers undoubtedly enjoy, this is, however, also strongly regulated in many aspects. On the one hand, you cannot choose any legal form to found a company for professional reasons. On the other hand, compensation regulations that lead to reliable income and success-dependent compensation are only available on a restricted basis. This can make growth and investment difficult. To open up new income beyond the core area of freelance activities, questions must be answered to differentiate from income subject to trade tax. Frequently, succession structures and corporate transfers must also fulfil the pension interests of the transferor, and are subject to professional rules. You need experts in this complex consulting field who know the area.