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Tweet in haste, repent at leisure

With Elon Musk seemingly never out of trouble when it comes to his Twitter feed, we’re provided with a constant reminder of the potential risks of posting online. This is especially true on social media where the line between a personal profile and business professional can be so easily blurred. Social media can be an essential tool in the life

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Is Freelancing the Right Route for you?

If you’ve landed here, chances are you’re considering freelancing. Have you been thinking about taking your creative skills freelance for some time and want to gather a plan together finally? Are you on the precipice and just need a little reassurance that it’s safe to jump? Perhaps you’re facing redundancy and want to explore different options to regular employment? There

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The Importance of Freelancer Contracts

Freelancing is the creative’s dream; being your own boss lets you manage your own time, cherry-pick projects and choose your clients. It also allows you to enjoy a healthy work/life balance that many agency and in-house creatives don’t get. This work/life balance should ensure that you don’t have to compromise on the quality of your work. However, there are responsibilities

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What insurance do I need as a freelancer?

As a freelancer, you can make mistakes that cost your client’s money. You can insure this risk with professional indemnity insurance. If you meet with clients, work in a shared work space, or interact with anyone else while working, (waitresses, taxi drivers etc.), then you’ll need public Liability insurance. It covers you if you do something that accidentally harms them

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How much is freelance insurance?

How much is insurance for freelancer? Less than you think! From 25p a day we can provide professional indemnity insurance of £100,000 each claim. Our average freelancer pays less than £18 per month. Of course, the price depends on your level of coverage and your own situation. Every customer has different needs. Our most popular limit for freelancers is £1,000,000

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