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19 Dec
2018

5 Things You Should Have In Your Freelance Contract

Nothing in the following article should be considered legal advice I’m not an attorney. I can’t write your contract for you. And if I was an attorney I probably still wouldn’t, because that sounds painfully dull. But I know enough to know that you absolutely need a contract with every client. At the least, it..

12 Dec
2018

What Do I Bill For?

It’s a common question, maybe the most common, right after ‘How Much Should I Charge?’ While there is no firm consensus on exactly what freelancers should bill for, there are generally accepted practices.   Initial Consultation- No If you know a freelancer who charges for initial consultations, you probably know a freelancer who has no clients. It’s..

05 Dec
2018

Donald Trump is Still a Freelancer’s Worst Nightmare

Many estimates project that 50% of the working population in the US could be freelance by as early as 2020. Yet Washington, ever lagging behind the real world, has produced few allies for the considerably vulnerable contractor. Regardless of your personal politics, it’s difficult to deny that at the helm of the forces working against..

28 Nov
2018

Fitting In to the Freelance Recruiting Process

Imagine a full creative team as a jigsaw puzzle. Your potential client is missing one piece. That could be you. IF you can make yourself fit the puzzle rather than expecting the puzzle to accommodate you. To understand how to achieve this, you’ll need to make sense of a hiring manager’s process. We spoke to..