Annual statement for insured persons and persons entitled to subsidies from the artists' social insurance fund Unfortunately this specification of service has not yet been completely translated.

If you are subject to compulsory insurance or eligible for subsidies through the Künstlersozialkasse, you will receive proof of your insurance for each year.

You will receive an annual statement automatically in February for the previous year. The annual statement is also called an annual statement.
The annual statement contains:


  • Your periods subject to social insurance contributions for the year in question,
  • the income subject to contributions, and
  • the contributions payable and paid for these periods.

In the fall, you automatically receive a new annual statement with the current data if

  • you still have contribution arrears in February, or
  • there are subsequent changes to insurance periods from the previous year.

The annual statement corresponds to the annual notification in accordance with the Data Recording and Transmission Ordinance (DEÜV).
The annual statement can serve as proof of your periods liable for social insurance if data should get lost. Therefore, it makes sense to keep it in a safe place.






No documentation is required.

Forms: no

Online procedure possible: no

Written form required: no

Personal appearance required: no



Preconditions

You must have been insured through the Künstlersozialkasse (KSK) in the respective year.

Related Links

  • § 20 Künstlersozialversicherungsgesetz (KSVG)
  • § 25 Datenerfassungs- und -übermittlungsverordnung (DEÜV)

Related Links

  • Informationen für Versicherte auf der Internetseite der Künstlersozialkasse (KSK)

You will receive the annual statements automatically. So you don't have to make an application.

  • You will receive the annual statement in February.
  • If a correction is necessary, you will receive the new annual statement with the current data in September.



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Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs

Last update or date of publication
25.11.2021