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Freelancers can run global projects
December 19, 2017

Weekly Newsletter for Freelancers


Freelancers Can Run Global Projects: We Look at Managing Risks and Costs.

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Flash teams of freelancers working on global projects do exist! Yet they never meet in person, but these projects are often started and organized by a single freelancer. It is important that these projects are well costed by the initiating freelancer so that they are run at a profit. We look at the issues of managing the risks and costs.

Do you know how to build a positivity circuit? It is not something that was likely to have been on your key performance indicators in a 9 to 5 job, but as a freelancer, it is an essential skill. Loretta Breuning's article for Forbes magazine looks at the issues.

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Have you read the bestseller All Your Worth: The Ultimate Money Plan? It was written by Elizabeth Warren and Amelia Warren Tyagi. In the book, they introduced the concept of the 50/30/20 rule for budgeting. Never heard of it? Neither had I. It is an important concept for freelancers and we explain why.

Next to buying a house, renting an apartment without a regular payslip to produce as evidence of income, can be tricky. Carrie Smith from Wisebread.com looks at the issues. For most freelancers renting an apartment, this is a need to know topic.

Do you know which new Chinese tech companies are now appearing in the list of the World's Biggest Tech Companies? We help you find out.

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