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A Getting Started Guide to Better Office Productivity

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When your business relocation is complete, the office movers and packers have been, and gone, you’re presented with the perfect opportunity to streamline your workplace, and dramatically increase office productivity before the dust has even settled. Tiny changes can spawn big results; results that are harder to achieve in a static, established office. There are three basic categories of change: ... Read More »

11 Stereotypes About Freelancers We All Laugh At

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Freelancing is a really difficult field. Besides the problems you always face with, there are also other different hardships here. Other people’s attitude towards and stereotypes about freelancers for example. Stereotypes are a kind of a tribute to the community, and we can’t live without them. Certainly, some of them are “based on a true story”, but there are also others ... Read More »

This month’s best blog posts from around the web

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As well as writing original content for this site as well as Strat-Talking I also take the time to scour the web for the most poignant strategy / freelance / planning / design articles from around the web, so that you don’t have to. Here are the top five best blog posts from around the web for this month. 1. Strat-Talking acquires CreativeAgencyFreelancing.com ... Read More »

Amazing ways to make the most of your freelancing venture

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Written by Amy Patrix Working as a freelancer ensures that you are your own boss. You can work on your own terms and at your own will. Being successful is also very essential at the same time. Here are some quick business tips that will get you a a successful freelancing career. Read More »

IR35: Are you independent or an employee?

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Written by Kevin Ball IR35 is UK legislation that defines a person’s employment status and can distinguish whether someone is an independent contractor or an employee. Knowledge of this legislation is very important for contractors, the self-employed and freelancers because it can determine how much tax they pay. Understanding how this works and where you fit is an important part ... Read More »

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