Income in Glovo, Bolt Food or Stuart, more than a traditional job, will depend on tax matters. Like formal employment, these will vary depending on whether you are employed by a fleet partner or working as a sole trader. And because this is crucial for you as a driver or courier, we have prepared 2 detailed articles, one on each topic. Here is the second one.
The first part of the article, describing formal employment matters, can be found here.
Billing partner vs. sole proprietorship - everything you need to know about taxes:
- How much and on which taxes you can save (fleet partner / sole trader),
- What do you need to do to reduce taxes at your fleet partner and sole proprietorship?
- Where your tax savings come from and what you should control in order to come out ahead.
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Fleet partner (billing partner), sole proprietorship and taxation
In the previous article, we explained why Bolt Food, Stuart, Glovo and other platforms do not 'hire', but offer cooperation through intermediaries, the so-called fleet partners (a.k.a. billing partners), or through sole proprietorship. We described the advantages and disadvantages of both solutions. In this article, we will explain in detail both solutions' tax aspects, i.e. how they work and how much you can save on taxation.
Fleet partner (billing partner) - taxes. How does it work?
In the first article, we mentioned that fleet partners are companies that, through a contract, commission you to perform passenger and freight transport services on their behalf. This is a formal employment arrangement so that you do not have to set up a sole proprietorship to work through applications. Billing partners will, in most cases, offer you a rental agreement for your vehicle in addition to the contract of mandate. What is this really about?