Paying and getting paidSupport
Paying and getting paid
What is the best legal status for you as a teacher, choreographer or dancer? Or, from an organiser’s perspective, how can you pay your team legally and appropriately? We explain the various possibilities.
A volunteer’s allowance is a way to refund for a few expenses or get these expenses refunded without much paperwork.
KVR (small fees scheme for artists)
The KVR, or small fees scheme for artists, is a way to pay artists a limited amount for artistic work.
Interim office or SBK
Working with a social bureau for artists or employment agency is ideal for short, flexible professional assignments.
Self-employment as a secondary activity
Self-employment as a secondary activity is an attractive option if you to earn some extra money efficiently.
Verenigingswerk or bijklussen
Doing odd jobs for a club or association is possible as an ‘association worker’.
With this rule organisations can pay occasional socio-cultural workers under advantageous conditions.
The status of artist
The status of artist is a special arrangement for artists concerning unemployment benefits.