Platforms are having to deal with all sorts of scammers during the coronavirus pandemic.
From musicians to designers to camera operators, COVID-19 is making an already precarious job harder.
Last month, I left freelance writing for a job with benefits. Amid a global pandemic, that change has provided me with arbitrary security and made the problems with the gig economy clear.
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One was told by HMRC that he had to pay up £90,000. It's all thanks to a controversial new policy known as the loan charge.
I signed up for the scheme as a self-employed freelancer, and the nightmare began.
Workers for Uber, TaskRabbit, and Handy overpaid by 21 percent because of lost deductions.
Pretending like taxes don’t exist will only make things more complicated when tax season rolls around. Trust me, I know.
Staying focused and productive when there’s no one around to hold you accountable can mean the difference between success and failure.
When coworking spaces offer night-time social events and other freelancers invite you to “laptop pedicures,” it’s hard to know where the work ends and the socializing begins.