You’ve done it (or almost done it!). You are about to join the masses of people who are leaving the traditional office behind in order to work remotely. Congratulations! You stand to save between 2k and 7k per year thanks to this decision. You already know the other benefits; less stress, one less car on the road, no…
Freelancing may seem lonely at times – no colleagues to gossip with next to the water cooler or mentors to ask for work advice.
If you are working that “boring desk job”, there’s a lot of things you may not be appreciating enough like the fact that office supplies were just “there” whenever you needed them. Your paycheck was regular and your health insurance was at least partially paid for.
Time is money. That’s a no-brainer.
Unless you are a freelancer who works in accounting, financial management, or other similar field, there is a good chance that money management is not your favorite thing to contend with. Let’s face it, dealing with financials is complicated for freelancers. After all, there are no set paydays for many of us. In spite…
Let's face it.
According to Forbes, freelancers will make up to 50% of the labor force by 2020.