Going Freelance. A Guide for Professionals

  • ID: 2243772
  • Book
  • 218 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Provides professionals with practical, step–by–step guidance to setting up a successful freelance business, either full– or part–time. Going Freelance profiles over 150 professions where independent freelancers are in high demand, including accounting, financial planning, law, editing, engineering, architecture, science and technology, education and training, computer programming, health care, physical therapy, and many more. Packed with proven ideas for marketing your skills, promoting good customer relations, handling difficult customers, and getting paid. Also covers tax aspects of self–employment. A ``freelancer′s sourcebook′′ lists hundreds of associations and organizations that professionals can turn to for help, references, and 150 career profiles.
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Part I: WHAT FREELANCING IS ALL ABOUT.

Why Freelance?

Should You Freelance?

Have You Got What It Takes?

How Do You Go Out on Your Own?

What Is the Business of Freelancing?

How Can You Cope with the IRS?

How Do You Get––and Keep––the Business?

Part II: FREELANCER′S SOURCEBOOK.

Bibliography.

Index.
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Robert Laurance
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