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Employee vs. Contractor: Save Money by Choosing Right

11. May 2016 08:15
Is it cheaper to hire an employee or a contractor? Learn some the cost of hiring, including adding Workers’ Compensation and updating your Professional Liability.[More]

Building a Foundation as a Freelancer with Diana Schneidman

24. February 2016 07:12
Veteran freelance writer and author Diana Schneidman shares pointers on how freelancers can stay ahead of the curve and successfully market their skills. [More]

5 Questions Freelancers Should Ask Their Insurance Agents

22. February 2016 06:50
Word to the wise: you need self-employed insurance if you work as a freelancer – even if it’s on the side. Here are 5 questions to ask your insurance agent. [More]

14 Essential Time Management Resources for Freelancers

17. February 2016 07:37
Stop rushing & start working smarter. These 14 time management apps, experts, and resources can help freelancers manage their time and boost productivity. [More]

Success through Freelancing with Chike Uzoka

10. February 2016 07:57
Chike Uzoka, entrepreneur, speaker, and business coach, shares insight on how freelancers can create their own success and overcome common freelancer problems. [More]

The Freelancer's 6-Question Guide to Knowing When to Outsource

8. February 2016 08:00
These six questions and advice from experienced freelancers can help you figure out when outsourcing can help you increase productivity, efficiency, and revenue. [More]

How to Be a Productive Freelancer When Cabin Fever Sets In

5. February 2016 08:17
Don't let cabin fever drain your motivation. Productivity pros give five tips to help freelancers stay on task, defeat distractions, and increase efficiency at home. [More]

Big “Game” Hunting: A Guide for Freelancers

3. February 2016 08:15
Marketing experts Brad Hines, Melissa Forziat, and Tami Brehse share tips that can help freelancers land bigger clients. [More]

$1.4 Million Fines for Ohio Supplier over Worker Injuries

13. October 2015 07:53
Case Farms was assessed $1.4 million in OSHA fines, partially for the negligence that lead to a subcontractor's injury. You can also be liable for contractors' injuries. [More]

What Small-Business Owners Should Know about the Contingent Workforce

28. September 2015 06:34
Dr. Deborah Osgood offers insight on America’s growing reliance on the contingent workforce and how it can benefit both freelancers and small businesses. [More]