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6 Financial Strategies for a Successful 2021

Jan 13, 2021 3:12:14 PM / by SoleVenture posted in Lessons, 2021, Taxes, Incorporate, Form Your Business, Business of One

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As we begin a new year, freelancers have a fresh start to implement healthy financial practices. This article shares six simple strategies that can help you successfully manage your freelancing finances and build your business.

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10 Valuable Tax Deductions for Freelancers

Dec 30, 2020 8:00:14 PM / by SoleVenture posted in Freelancer, Year-end, Taxes, Incorporate, Business of One, Side Hustle

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If you are a freelancer or self-employed professional, you could be eligible for a number of money-saving tax deductions that can boost your bottom line. This article is an overview of 10 potential tax deductions to keep in mind as you prepare for tax season. (As with almost anything tax-related, there will be some nuance regarding what can be written off and for how much, so be sure to conduct additional research or consult with an accountant as needed.)

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3 Reasons Why Incorporating Your Freelancing Business Today Will Make You More Money Tomorrow

Dec 20, 2020 4:55:53 PM / by SoleVenture posted in Freelancer, Lessons, 2021, Taxes, Incorporate, Form Your Business, Business of One

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Hindsight is 2020: Strategies for a Successful Year-End

Dec 9, 2020 2:22:47 PM / by SoleVenture posted in Health Insurance, Freelancer, Gratitude, 2021, Year-end, Taxes

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2020 was an unimaginable year. By late March, we were fighting a global pandemic amidst quarantine orders and lockdowns that drastically changed the way we live and work. As remote work and flexibility became more commonplace, even more people began to enter the freelance workforce. Whether you are a longtime freelancer or whether you are just starting your freelancing career, this article shares several strategic tips for you to wind down 2020 and plan for a successful 2021.

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GigX announces partnership with SoleVenture, offering business setup support to independent professionals

Dec 4, 2020 11:47:15 AM / by SoleVenture

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Business Lessons from a Great Dog

Nov 23, 2020 2:09:33 PM / by Eve Epstein posted in Freelancer, Gratitude

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Last week I lost my wonderful dog Daisy, and SoleVenture lost our mascot. As we head into Thanksgiving, I give thanks for 10 lessons that Daisy taught me about business.

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3 Healthcare Trends That Positively Impact Freelancers

Nov 16, 2020 8:31:59 PM / by SoleVenture

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It seems like we are saturated with negative stories about health insurance - stories about rising premiums, the denial of claims and preexisting conditions, the dwindling dollar-value of employer contributions, and the difficulty and irritation involved with shopping for plans. Well, we have good news. This is not that kind of story. Instead, we are celebrating the innovative and positive things that are happening in the wonderful world of health insurance, specifically with regard to the fastest-growing segment of the American workforce: freelancers. After you read about the changes that are afoot, we hope you’ll agree with us that buying health insurance is an act that can bring you peace of mind instead of nightmare fuel.

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5 Simple Ways Freelancers Can Save on Health Insurance

Nov 10, 2020 3:27:02 PM / by SoleVenture posted in Health Insurance

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Finding affordable, quality health insurance coverage can be challenging when you are a freelancer or considering transitioning from traditional employment to being self-employed. Employer-sponsored plans are not an option, and individual plans often seem expensive when you aren’t sure how to shop for them. The good news is that buying health insurance doesn’t need to be difficult. And it doesn’t need to be cost-prohibitive.

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AB5: So Goes California, So Goes the Nation?

Aug 20, 2020 1:26:20 PM / by SoleVenture

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If you’re a contractor or follow business news, you’ve likely heard of AB5: the California law that classified millions of California independent contractors as employees. Gig tech giants Uber, Lyft, DoorDash, Postmates, and Instacart, have spent over $100 million to fund Proposition 22, hoping voters this November will exempt app-based drivers from AB5. On August 20, 2020, Lyft announced it was suspending service in California and Uber was threatening to do the same. Hours later, the courts granted them a temporary reprieve. States across the nation are watching how this ballot measure may decide the fate of the gig economy. Here is everything you need to know:

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What city should you move to next?

Aug 17, 2020 3:41:48 PM / by SoleVenture

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