I’ve recently switched to a freelance career.
I work for my first client under the sole proprietorship legal form (still need to submit paperwork to the compensation office though).
Now, I’ve found another client who offered me a part-time contract as an external employee via a payrolling contract. To the law, this is like being employed. They don’t work with freelance under the sole proprietorship legal form.
I’ve a couple of questions, since I want to keep both:
1 - Can I? Can I be self-employed part-time (sole proprietorship) and employed part-time?
2 - If yes, do I have to contribute for the first pillar for my self-employed part?
Is there someone of you who experienced something similar?
If you work with umbrella companies, do you have multiple clients? How does it work?