Do I pay cotisations on auto-entrepreneur income where it is the secondary income?
I asked a question regarding the auto-entrepreneur arrangement for my wife and I to run two gites. We were looking at both of us registering as auto-entrepreneurs to each run a gite. However the income from the gite would be less than my NHS Pension. The last part of your reply stated:
Where a gite is a secondary source of income it must be registered directly with Impot, as such no social charges are due and no healthcare is provided.
Presumably you do not pay cotisations on auto-entrepreneur income where it is the secondary income? In this case it is unlikely that I will be able to pay them on my main income, so would like to pay them on auto-entrepreneur income, and so access the healthcare in my own right. Is it not possible to do so, rather than via my wife’s auto-entrepreneur status?