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This Customizable Contract Aims to Make Working as a Freelancer Easier

One of the hardest parts of freelancing is getting paid on time. This document should make things easier.

Rose Leadem

Add These 20 Fast-Growing Skills to Your Freelancing Repertoire

Nearly two-thirds of the most sought-after skills are tech related.

Rose Leadem

6 Benefits of Coworking With Strangers

Change your scenery, and you change your outlook. Networking requires you step outside your comfort zone.

Ann Smarty

#5 Business Trends Set to Rule the Industry in 2017

Change is the way to progress; if you don't adapt the change, you won't progress.

Sunil Paul

The Ultimate Guide to Freelancing

Freelancing is a great career full of many opportunities.

Due

What New York City's New Freelancer Law Means for All Small Businesses

Will New York's freelancer rights bill spread to other cities? Stay tuned.

Carol Roth

101 Businesses That Will Make You an Extra $500 Next Month

Tired of your 9-to-5? Here are some ideas to add to your income.

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How Much You Should Be Charging for Your Freelancing Gigs (Infographic)

Working for yourself is hard enough, and then you have to figure out how much to charge for your services.

Rose Leadem

Freelancer's Guide to Getting Paid Online

Sometimes one of the most difficult tasks of freelancing is getting clients to pay. Here's how to avoid any issues.

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How the Gig Economy Is Changing Work for Women

The freelance and contract economy opens up options for time, balance and flexibility.

Jenny Galluzzo

5 Ways To Reinvigorate Your Career In 30s

A graduate or postgraduate degree remains one of the popular ways to switch gears in your career.

5 Must-Do Business Practices for Freelancers

Being your own boss can be a beautiful thing if you follow some key guidelines.

Carol Roth