Being your own boss and having flexibility and freedom to work whenever you want and from the comfort of your home are some of the major advantages to being a freelancer, but not many people realize that there are also many possible disadvantages to freelancing.
If you are considering making this shift to freelance full time, then continue reading this guest post, by Lisa Michaels, as she explains 5 of the major advantages and disadvantages to becoming a freelancer.
As online freelancing becomes more mainstream, many people are discovering the flexibility and income it can provide. However, it also comes with its fair share of challenges.
Furthermore, freelancing fits in well with certain people’s goals, while others find that working from home on their own isn’t for them.
If you’ve ever considered starting a freelancing career as a side hustle to increase your income or to make freelancing your full time job, in this co-written post, by Ashutosh Garg and myself, you will learn the practical and effective steps needed to launch a successful freelancing career.
Plus some tips on how to increase your income as a freelancer without working extra hours for it.
Freelancing means being your own boss, working on your own terms, and performing multiple roles at the same time. This can be an excellent way to earn more money and increase your monthly income.
As cool as it sounds though, making money freelancing is not exactly that easy. However, if you take the right approach and focus on working smarter not just harder, it will lift off the burden of not being able to earn enough for your bread and butter, in the initial phase, and before you know it, freelancing can even become your main source of income.
Read below to learn the exact steps you can follow to start freelancing today and how you can earn more money as a freelancer without working for it.
If you are a freelancer or a small business owner, handling your finances and properly setting up a financial plan will save you a lot of time and money, and will save you from possible financial troubles as well. In this guest post, by Rachel Marcelle, you will learn how to properly organize your finances through the 6 most important financial services.
It is 2020 and the gig economy is a hot topic. People are questioning whether the freedom of not being employed full-time is an advantage to gig workers who crave work-life balance, or whether they are being taken advantage of by companies that want to avoid paying consistent wages and employee benefits.