2 Freelance Fears You Need to Get Over Now

If you want to succeed and grow, there are two freelance fears you need to overcome right now and start taking a new approach.

Why It’s Time to Start Creating Shorter Content

It’s time to accept the idea of shorter content. And it’s time to start creating it, whether you like it or not.

Headlines on X posts are back, but they’re different

Users can once again see headlines on X posts. And that’s a big deal for those of us who make money from the news business. Initially, when you were composing

IRS Offering Tax Penalty Relief for Overdue Taxes 2020-21

The IRS has announced tax penalty relief for millions with overdue taxes for the 2020 and 2021 tax years.

IRS Delays 1099-K Reporting Rule Again: What Creators Need to Know

What the IRS delay of the 1099-K reporting rule means for freelancers, content creators, and online sellers.

3 Reasons for not Linking to Your Sources

Writers get a lot of bad business advice. Some of it is so bad, that it’s just advice. There’s no business sense in it. One example is the call for

LA’s ‘Freelance Isn’t Free Act’ Goes Into Effect

Los Angeles now has a Freelance Isn’t Free Act to protect freelancers from nonpayment.

Busted: Atlas Trading Pump & Dump Scheme

The SEC charged seven influencers and a podcaster in the $114 million Atlas Trading pump-and-dump scheme. According to the SEC, the seven individuals below promoted themselves as successful traders: Perry

Freelancers Support New York Times Strike

  Dec. 8, marked the first New York Times strike in over 40 years. The Freelance Solidarity Project and other freelancers showed solidarity with those union workers. What’s this strike

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