Freelancer downtime can be a phase where freelancers lose focus (and income). But freelancers can use lull periods to improve their businesses.
Does managing your own money as a freelancer stress you out? Maybe it’s time to seek the help and guidance of outsourced finance professionals.
A publishing calendar keeps a record of previously scheduled content and a list of all future scheduled content. Are you ready to embrace one?
If you find yourself binge-watching Netflix or snacking too often, take a look at these five work-from-home styles to help you get organized.
Want to work on a beach? Or maybe in a mountain lodge? When you’re a freelancer, working as a digital nomad in exotic areas can be a reality.
As a freelancer, income ebbs and flows, especially during the first few years of business. Explore long-term savings options that aren’t cash in the bank.
Stuck in a tax crunch every quarter? Here’s everything you need to know when you’re doing last-minute tax planning this year.
The end of the year can be a stressful time for freelancers. Avoid financial insecurity by budget planning based on potential income changes.
Sure, your friend’s startup has catered lunches and a fancy espresso machine. But you can make your home office setup meet your specific needs. Learn more.
Wondering what types of business expenses can serve as tax deductions? Here’s everything you need to know about what you can and can’t write off.