Pricing Negotiation For Freelancers

Setting up a pricing structure as a freelancer is one of the hardest things you’ll ever do. It will sometimes feel like you’re playing the most surreal game in the world. But it matters. As a freelancer, you’re not just a graphic designer or an...

24% Of Americans Make Money Online

24% of Americans reported earning money in the “gig economy” in 2015. A new study from the Pew Research Foundation says that the gig economy is bigger than we ever expected, and millions of Americans earn part-time or full-time income through services like Uber,...

Why Ikea’s Buying TaskRabbit

Ikea's Buying TaskRabbit
It's official: Ikea is buying TaskRabbit. The multinational furniture chain purchased the on-demand service and gig platform for an undisclosed sum. Don't expect any changes right now if you use TaskRabbit. But in the future, things on the service might switch around a bit. Why Ikea's...

Expenses And Reimbursement For Freelancers And Consultants

Have a new freelance gig or consulting client? Wonderful. Now it's time to figure out how you're handling expenses and reimbursement. Different clients handle reimbursement and filing expenses differently. This isn't just a matter of paperwork--it means a lot to your wallet and how much money...

S-Corporations For Freelancers: Pros And Cons

Freelancing is great, whether you're a sole proprietor or operating a S Corporation or LLC. The flexibility of making your own hours, the freedom of picking and choosing your clients, the joy of paperwork and figuring out your taxes... Yeah, scratch that last part. That part...

Freelancers & Lawsuits: How To Protect Yourself

Freelancer Insurance
One of the career hazards of working as a freelance journalist is worrying about lawsuits. Any journalist worth their salt will occasionally antagonize much more powerful figures, and this can occasionally lead to the courtroom. Lawsuits funded by third parties have targeted journalists quite...

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