You can also start a business in addition to your paid job. This means you are a part-time entrepreneur. Your income comes mainly from your paid job, so you can try entrepreneurship more safely. As a part-time entrepreneur, you can receive additional income or new content for your life.
As a part-time entrepreneur, you should consider the possible impacts of even small-scale business operations on taxation and unemployment security. The impact of your additional income from part-time business operations on the taxation of your income should be determined together with the Tax Administration.
If your paid job ends during your part-time entrepreneurship, you may be eligible for an adjusted unemployment benefit. In this case, the amount of unemployment benefit you receive will be adjusted according to your income from the business.