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In this article, a variety of indys weigh in on what they will do differently with their freelance tax planning to ensure they have a profitable 2018.
Freelancer downtime can be a phase where freelancers lose focus (and income). But freelancers can use lull periods to improve their businesses.
Does managing your own money as a freelancer stress you out? Maybe it’s time to seek the help and guidance of outsourced finance professionals.
A publishing calendar keeps a record of previously scheduled content and a list of all future scheduled content. Are you ready to embrace one?
If you find yourself binge-watching Netflix or snacking too often, take a look at these five work-from-home styles to help you get organized.
Want to work on a beach? Or maybe in a mountain lodge? When you’re a freelancer, working as a digital nomad in exotic areas can be a reality.
As a freelancer, income ebbs and flows, especially during the first few years of business. Explore long-term savings options that aren’t cash in the bank.
Stuck in a tax crunch every quarter? Here’s everything you need to know when you’re doing last-minute tax planning this year.
The end of the year can be a stressful time for freelancers. Avoid financial insecurity by budget planning based on potential income changes.