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Inspired by Adrian Rosebrock, I take a little time for some self-reflection and look at what gave me life (and took life from me) in 2017.
In 2012, I left a Brighton web development agency to go freelance. Since then, I've been lucky enough to work with an eclectic selection of Brighton and UK companies, on everything from busy Magento shops to tiny newsletter campaigns. Never a dull moment! But, as of today, I'm no longer a freelancer. Today ... I am a founder.
As a new freelancer, your cash flow is everything. You can produce stellar work, on time and under budget, but if you run out of money then the game is over. Here are a few tips for minimising the risks.
On Tuesday 5th February I was lucky enough to become a father for the first time. As a new freelancer, this posed some challenges! Here are some of the tips and tricks that worked for me, and some of the ones that didn't.
Setting your rate as a freelancer isn't easy. This freelancer rate calculator has been built to help you convert a daily rate into an annual salary, taking into account holidays, tax and expenses.