As your business grows and higher value projects start to roll in, it makes sense to get some insurance. This will provide you with the safety net you may need should anything go wrong.
Being unable to work due to illness or a lawsuit can make life very difficult for a freelancer and could potentially stop a flourishing business in its tracks. It may sound scary but if you understand the risks and get the appropriate insurance you can focus on what you do best without having to worry.
Freelancing for a new client will normally start with getting a contract and an NDA in place. Learn where to start.
Feedback on a your work is almost guaranteed. Sometimes it's good, sometimes it's bad. But how should you respond? Find out here.
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