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.
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.