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4 tax tips for the self-employed

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Written by Melissa Miller An increasing number of recent graduates and seasoned professionals are switching over to the freelance way of life. Freelancers can make a lot of money working for themselves, but they’re also often faced with a great deal of financial uncertainty at times, especially in this economy. On top of this uncertainty, most freelancers have to deal ... Read More »

Look at previous employers for work

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Often overlooked as a source of work for freelancers, previous employers can become freelancing clients. Most people are too focused on moving forwards to consider it, or simply want a change. But if you're stuck for work, you shouldn't rule them out. Read More »

Setting yourself up as an agency freelancer: UK

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If you are in the UK and thinking of going freelance or about to, you're probably wondering what choices you have for setting yourself up to work at creative agencies. In this article, I'm aiming to give you an overview of the options, which you can then go and look into yourself. Read More »

Tips for writing under pressure

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Written by Colin Holmes Do you remember those times in school when you had to write an essay on short notice? For one reason or the next, you were in a bind with nowhere to turn. While the stress and anxiety can be a lot to handle, there are things you can do to ensure your success when writing under ... Read More »