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Orionss
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I'm gonna register myself as a self-entrepreneur (idk if it's the good term in English) today. I have some pressure, I'm going to suffocate under tons of papers

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  • 2
    ur starting a business, self-employed...? anyhow, good luck, and dont forget, you're the boss now;)
  • 3
    Good luck!!!
    And remember: don't understimate how much you value, and try to make 'em pay 50% of your work upfront 😉
  • 1
    Ur own business or "self-made entrepreneur" ?
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    @HomeAlone oh yeah!! definitely most important paying upfront. plus, ask him trough mail how they are liking what you made asking feedback, like this you block them after if they try to rip you With delayed payments, due to 'fake' not what we expected. If you have mails of them saying you delivered a good job. No retarted boss can delay the payments after because of his lame tactics
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    Si je te comprends bien, je crois que le terme adapté est juste "entrepreneur" en anglais @Orionss 😅
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    @chilledfrogs bonjour monsieur 🤠

    so far my french :p
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    Lots of paper work, but worth it !
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    @MrEliptik yeah abou that, charge enough so u can pay someone for this, i spend literally more than 10k on fines because my administration was big fuckup first years
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    @BadCompany shit thats bad..
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    @MrEliptik it's ok, my own fault... bit learned some good fundamentals, like focussing on what i'm good at, and ditching what i'm bad at. I make more per hour than my accountant charges for an hour. Even if it wasnt, i gladly work 6 hours more every week with coding, than having to spend 1 hour with those papers, just to give a' example..
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    @BadCompany I see what you mean.. maybe I'll do the same at some point. At first it's ok, it's the beginning of something new and you're all excited and stuff.. but surely it becomes a pain to deal with
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    @BadCompany your in France right? I don't understand, in Portugal it takes 15m to set a company. The government even created a building in Lisbon specific to create a company. You get there, sign a few papers and that's it. If it's a small company with no employees that's it.
    Anyhow, good to know more entrepreneurs, I'll be doing the same if all goes well.
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    oh no, i live in belgium, worse than bad, the land of democracy and bureaucracy, and the 'setting-up-papers' for creating a company, ok, a lot, but not a problem, you're motivated and its new. The big problem is after, the invoices, the taxes, the obligations fill in this form, that form, its really a joke anno 2018. They have a central database, all computerised, still you need to fill in forms on physical papers on a monthly base, all information that's already there... i just hate it, the paperwork, i'm happy to pay someone to do that for me.
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    @GyroGearloose btw Belgium is considered the worse when it comes to this. Probably ur better of in portugal, southern countries most of the time are more 'chill' when it comes to this. Italy for example too
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    Yep, in Portugal at least the government did the opposite, less paper, smaller footprint. You can do basicly anything online if you do it in time. (if your fined you must deal with it in person), but because almost everything is accessed over the internet you spend one hour, maximum two waiting. So you can do it online but takes a few days or take a tour to the capital or one of the big cities and you set up the company and do the rest online.
    So, if you hire someone who knows about the stuff, probably an accountant or lawyer, in one day it's up.
    They are doing it like this for everything, even to deal with the personal ID they centered everything in one building, so you just have to spend a few hours one time doing everything for a new card if you loose it.
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