Are you dreaming of starting a business?
There are many things that should be taken into account before becoming an entrepreneur. Being an entrepreneur or working through an invoicing service and applying for a start-up grant can have an impact on your unemployment benefit. However, in certain situations, you may be entitled to unemployment benefit at the start of your entrepreneurship.
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Becoming an entrepreneur.
Livelihood and start-up grant for new entrepreneurs
As a new entrepreneur, you can apply for a start-up grant or receive unemployment benefit if you meet certain conditions.
Invoicing services and entrepreneurship without a business ID
Entrepreneurship without a business ID, or so-called light entrepreneurship, is a form of employment in which you work as an entrepreneur by charging for your work through an invoicing service, without starting your own business. The users of invoicing services are covered by the Self-Employed Person’s Pensions Act (YEL) and they are treated as entrepreneurs.