Occupational pension provision – what this means for employers and the self-employed
The occupational benefit scheme is intended to enable insured persons to continue their previous lifestyle after leaving employment. How does the second pillar work? Who is subject to the LOB obligation? What are the shares of employees and employers? What occupational benefit options are there for self-employed persons? In this blog post, we look at occupational pension provision from the perspective of employers and sole traders.
These are the most important payroll deductions for your start-up
Do sole proprietors have to pay pension fund contributions? Which social deductions apply to the 13th month? Monthly salary? Are daily sickness benefits subject to withholding tax? Determining and paying social contributions is an important part of payroll accounting. In this blog post, we answer frequently asked questions about social contributions and deductions in payroll accounting.
What do SMEs need to consider when applying for a loan?
A lack of liquidity leads to reminders, debt collection and frequently bankruptcy. By taking out a loan for your business you can avoid liquidity problems. When does it make sense to apply for a loan? What do SMEs need to apply for a loan? What type of loan should it be? In this blog post you will find a summary of what entrepreneurs should know about applying for a loan.