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If you can do it for someone else, why not do it for yourself?

Better communications technology and less rigid working practices allow more people to work freelance than ever before. This creates opportunities for those who; enjoy challenge and variety; need flexible working hours because of family commitments; feel stifled or overlooked in a corporate environment; are facing redundancy but still have much to offer.

Perfect Freelancing takes a practical look at:

-Getting started

-Finding clients - and keeping them

-Coping with the culture shocks

-Working from home and time management

-What to do when things go wrong

-Tax and legal considerations

-Case studies - freelancers and employers compare notes

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