useme.eu -opinions??
Thread poster: Piotr Łazorko

Piotr Łazorko
Poland
Local time: 11:52
Member (2017)
English to Polish
Sep 6, 2017

I am a freelancer without business activity.
I have found some website where you can issue an invoice without having a business activity (being self-employed)

Do you have some experience with this service?

Does it pay off?


https://useme.eu/pl/secure-payment/start/


 

Marjolein Snippe  Identity Verified
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advantages? Sep 7, 2017

By 'no business activity', I assume you mean you have no business bank account.
What would be the advantages of this system over payment into you personal bank account?

[Edited at 2017-09-07 08:38 GMT]


 

Piotr Łazorko
Poland
Local time: 11:52
Member (2017)
English to Polish
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I meant I am not self-employed. I do have a bank account.. Sep 7, 2017

Marjolein Snippe wrote:

By 'no business activity', I assume you mean you have no business bank account.
What would be the advantages of this system over payment into you personal bank account?

[Edited at 2017-09-07 08:38 GMT]


 

Michal Fabian  Identity Verified
Canada
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Dutch to Slovak
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Not sure... Sep 7, 2017

... how you can be a freelancer without being self-employed. Then again, not an expert on Polish legal system.

 

Piotr Łazorko
Poland
Local time: 11:52
Member (2017)
English to Polish
TOPIC STARTER
freelancer Sep 7, 2017

Michal Fabian wrote:

... how you can be a freelancer without being self-employed. Then again, not an expert on Polish legal system.



I guess you confused the term freelancer. As a freelancer I can work on a mandate contract (fee-for-task-agreement) or a contract for specific task.


 

Teresa Borges
Portugal
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It is probably more useful to ask this question Sep 9, 2017

in the Polish forum, as apparently the system in Poland is totally different...

 

Milan Condak  Identity Verified
Local time: 11:52
English to Czech
Polish translators Sep 11, 2017

Piotr Łazorko wrote:
Does it pay off?


You can contact Polish translators:

Tłumacze języków obcych.

Tłumaczenia techniczne, tekstów i stron www

https://useme.eu/pl/contractors/category/teksty-tlumaczenia-seo,4/tlumaczenia,12/

Or read about a commision 5% for Userme.

I need such service only for VAT. Here is a problem with administrator.

Useme.eu:

Administrator, Useme - firma działająca pod firmą:
Inglot Plus, adres dla doręczeń Wierzbowa 15, 50-056 Wroclaw, Polska
NIP: PL5961587256, REGON: 080831919

But at VIES VAT number validation is different info:

http://ec.europa.eu/taxation_customs/vies/vatRequest.html

Yes, valid VAT number

Member State PL
VAT Number PL 5961587256
Date when request received 2017/09/12 08:20:04
Name JOANNA GŁOŚNA
Address OPOLSKA 129 M15
52-011 WROCŁAW

Milan

www.condak.cz

[Edited at 2017-09-12 06:27 GMT]


 

Piotr Łazorko
Poland
Local time: 11:52
Member (2017)
English to Polish
TOPIC STARTER
many thanks Sep 12, 2017

Many thanks for your invaluable help.
Now It has become clearer to me..


 


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