How To Start A Company When You Have No Free Time: Our Link Picks, 12/16/2016

How To Start A Company When You Have No Free Time

Each week, Almost Millions highlights the best links we’ve found about personal finance and money management for freelancers and 1099 workers. Here’s our latest list:

Marriage counselors tell us that couples frequently tie the knot without discussing the core matters that can cement or sunder their marriage: finances, children, religion. Well, let me add one under-discussed biggie to the list: restaurant dining.

The Economics Of Restaurant Dining (Megan McArdle, Bloomberg View)

I used to work in video games as Facebook’s games platform (and cow clicking) was on the rise. I would comb through Facebook’s API and developer docs to identify new, creative ways to built within their platform. As platforms emerge and evolve, new opportunities arise. Today I might explore Google Home, Alexa, or Facebook Messenger.

How To Come Up With Side Project Ideas (Ryan Hoover, Product Hunt/Medium)

I’d received a lot of questions regarding what steps an entrepreneur or small business needs to go through when setting up a business. As well as whether or not they should operate as a sole proprietor, a general partnership, or set up an LLC or Corporation.

Your Legal Questions Answered (Nick Loper & Elizabeth Potts Weinstein, Side Hustle Nation)

One year ago I quit my job to start Winnie, an app that connects parents with the local information they need most. At the time, my baby was just a few months old. Having a baby and a startup is hard enough, but a few months after starting Winnie, my husband was diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer and required extensive treatment. I went from having no time to having negative time.

How To Start A Company With No Free Time (Sara Mauskopf, Product Grind/Medium)