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Top Businesses to Start in 2020
2020 is the year many of us will remember as the time that COVID-19 swept through the world, shutting down economies and dramatically altering life as we knew it. And while there is a lot happening, you shouldn’t let...
Should New Freelancers Provide Free Services?
Should freelancers provide free services? Your initial reaction to this question is most likely a resounding ‘N-O!’
Tips for making sure you get paid as a freelancer
As with anything, being a freelancer, independent contractor, or business owner comes with its own set of pros and cons.
Azlo Business Foundry Project
With historic levels of unemployment in the U.S. due to the pandemic, Azlo is stepping up to help.
11 Ways to Bootstrap Your New Small Business When the Economy Is Down
boot·strap /ˈbo͞otˌstrap/ verb gerund or present participle: bootstrapping Definition: get (oneself or something) into or out of a situation using existing resources.
How to Level Up Your Freelance Career Into A Small Business
When you transition from being an employee and into working as a freelancer, you develop a different perspective of time and money than you had before. When you’re an employee, potential is fixed. You make a certain...
Taking an accidental business to the next level
Our journey into entrepreneurship began in 2012 when we launched a Kickstarter campaign.
Freelancer Bank Account: What You Need to Know
Whether you’re freelancing full time or dabbling with side gigs alongside your day job, it’s time to take your freelancing seriously and set up a freelancer bank account. More than one-third of the U.S. workforce is now...
How to Manage Cash Flow Gaps
During my first full year of freelancing, I lost three of my main clients within a week. In turn, my monthly earnings sank from $6,000 to about $2,000. As I was earning a mere fraction of what I needed to get by, I...
Managing your time when you're self-employed
Back when I worked 9-to-5 and in between jobs, I’d go to a nearby coffee shop and work on my passion project: my fiction. With complete control over my schedule, I’d work whenever the mood struck. I had the freedom to...