While being a freelancer brings certain benefits, working for yourself also comes with a unique set of challenges. So before you quit your full-time job and go it on your own, consider these three perspectives.
Freelancing is not for everyone. Without the security of a steady paycheck, freelancers need to prepare for the "what ifs." So, here are the three reasons why every freelancer needs a bigger-than-average emergency fund.
If you're an entrepreneur, your every day includes a degree of financial uncertainty. That's why it's important to find the balance between investing in your business and saving for your future.
Retirement may give you the freedom to write a novel or exercise your green thumb, but it does not mean you have to stop working altogether. While you can collect social security at the full retirement age (67 if you were born after 1960), many people continue their career or start a side project for extra income. However, freelance, contract or sideline work will affect your social security benefits. Here’s what you need to know.
If you’ve ever looked for a job on Craigslist, you’ve seen those work-from-home scams far too many times. “Work from home for 4 hours a day! $2500 per week!”. If it sounds too good to be true, it is.