Considering freelancing? Here’s everything you need to know about freelance contracts, from what to include in the contract to handling breaches.
When you pursue freelancing, you are choosing an independent career path that requires you to look after yourself. In other words, you’re your own boss, and you need to secure your finances, insurance, retirement savings, etc., on your own terms.
“A freelancer needs a contract,” said Drew DuBoff, blogger and chief career coach. “Because they are not full-time employees, they are acting as independent contractors, so this document is an independent contractor agreement.”
If you’re considering taking the freelance route, here’s everything you need to know about freelance contracts.