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Archive for March 2018

Starting a Small Business: Saving vs Spending

With the choice to work independently, you must accept the challenge that your success is tied to your business decisions. What you choose to do with your money is an important part of that challenge. Which purchases are smart investments? Which are simply a waste of money? Here are three areas where you can cut…

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The Weekly Independent: March 19, 2018

Staying on top of your field means staying ahead of the biggest news stories. That’s why each week we bring you The Weekly Independent, a quick-hit digest of news of note from around the web. Freelancers are happy and prospering, SFGate reports. What you need to know about landing government contracts as an independent professional. Uber…

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How to Repurpose Content

If you haven’t realized it yet, a big part of marketing your business involves creating content. From keyword-rich writing on your personal website and social media posts to email newsletters or small advertisements, online marketing is all about showing people what makes you an industry expert. But content creation takes time, and as an independent you can…

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Independent Contractor Misclassification and Compliance News: March, 2018

As the independent workforce continues to grow, so do the issues of worker compliance and misclassification. It is important for enterprises to remain informed about the latest laws, regulations, and developments surrounding these topics. Each month, we’ll bring you the latest news stories from around the web. 1. Court Finds Grubhub Driver Was an Independent…

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How to Get Government Contracts: 4 Steps

Have you ever wondered how to work with the government as an independent contractor? The federal government is the largest contractor in the world, with many opportunities for independents. Each year, billions of dollars in contracts are set aside for small businesses, women, minorities, and veterans. Many independents look to government contracting as another option…

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