First Steps: Getting Started as a Freelancer
Rachel
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Thanks for the tips! My company is a platform which hosts jobs for graphic design, photography, and videography. I would agree that having an “office” helps separate your work, from your home life. Also, having your self legally protected and against any issues from the tax office are pertinent. Never forget these when speaking to clients, and always know to what you want your rights to be (if it’s in the creative industry). We have a similar article here: https://soply.com/articles/freelance-guides/manage-freelance-career

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