Five Great Resources For Freelancers
I read a lot of articles when I decided to make the transition to self employment. Today, I thought I’d share some great words of wisdom I found along the way. If you’ve already made the leap into freelance work or are considering do so, then these resources are all helpful.
*12 essential steps to starting your freelance business – Regina’s blog is so helpful, seriously you need to read every post because there is just so much useful information to digest.
*How to make money from freelance blogging – particularly helpful is you already have a blog and are considering branching out.
*100 sites that pay you to write – lots of websites that will pay for your writing. Lots of food for thought here.
*UK freelance tax and self employment – I struggled to find up to date advice on tax returns but this post helped me so much!Remember you need to declare your earnings if you undertake any freelance work.
*The money shed work from home toolkit – a list of resources you may need and links to some work from home opportunities.
All these make a good starting point for those new to freelancing or those thinking about working from home. You’ll find a lot of information on the web and it can be completely overwhelming. In the next few weeks, I’ll be sharing some genuine work from home opportunities – writing and otherwise, creating a portfolio, organisation tips, the best freelance job sites, setting up a blog for freelance purposes, money saving tips and how to create the perfect CV. If there is anything you would like me to cover then please let me know in the comments below.