If you’re contemplating making the switch to a home office, here are the financial pros and cons you should keep in mind.
When you become a freelancer, your relationship with Uncle Sam changes. And while it may not be April 15th yet, now is the time to learn about those changes, because you may find you’ve got some extra work to do.
It will take some adjusting to get used to being your own boss, but the good news is that it is possible to run a business and have a happy, fulfilling life at the same time. All it takes is a little thought and a lot of discipline.
Let’s take a look at the advantages and disadvantages of both, as well as how to do each best, so we can turn you into a full-blown success story.
To save you the drama of a freelance relationship gone bad, I’d like to share some of the red flags that signal it's time to end things now.
The time will come when your side business grows large enough for you to consider ditching your day job. Take these steps to make sure your transition goes smoothly and that you set yourself up for success.
Freelancing can be a fantastic job, but it's also a challenging job, and not for the faint of heart. It's time to get real about what it takes to make it in the freelance industry.
Thinking of starting a business from your home? Check out these tips from a home-based entrepreneur with twenty years of experience.