One of the best things about being a freelancer is that you can pick and choose who you work with.
Finding your ideal clients is much easier when you are able to ask them questions beforehand that will indicate if they are going to be a good fit.
Even if a client is willing to pay a lot of money for a project, it’s not going to be worth it if they are a nightmare to work with.
It’s no secret that more and more companies are moving to remote positions for many employees.
Since dealing with a global pandemic, more and more workers are also looking to transition to working remotely.
Luckly, job search platforms like Indeed make it pretty easy to find remote jobs.
Is there a difference between being hired as a freelancer vs. a contract?
It’s important to know the distinction between freelance and contract employees for several reasons.
Freelance and self-employed are terms often used interchangeably without much insight into what each one actually means.
Well, there are nuances to both and those in the space should be aware of them and how they can be affected by them.
I’ll cover what the differences are between freelance and self-employment, what types of work they do and with whom, the various pros and cons of freelancing vs. self employed, and of course…taxes.
So let’s get into it.
Are you interested in getting into freelance video editing?
Are you a freelance video editor looking for jobs?
So you’re interested in becoming a freelancing WAHM?
And you’ve been deep diving into all the benefits that freelancing has to offer:
Freedom, flexible schedule, self-management, no commute, the ability to choose your clients and rates…. The list goes on!
Weekend remote jobs are great for all types of individuals.
Moms looking to make a few extra dollars on the side, working men looking to add a bit extra to their retirement funds, and retired individuals that might be looking for something to keep them busy.
Do you have a gift for gab?
Would you love to sit at home and make money by talking?
Then paid chatting side gigs may just be for you!