Chris Enns talks financial planning for freelancers

by Rachel Sanders Variable income is one of the biggest challenges many freelancers have to contend with. And Chris Enns understands it all too well. As an opera singer, he struggled himself with the best way to handle his money. Those struggles led him to learn more about finances and eventually get certified as a financial planner. Now […]

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Webinar: Tax Tips and Financial Planning for Freelancers

When you work for yourself – like so many of us do these days – your business finances ARE your personal finances, and if you’re not careful, things can get very messy. Join us for a webinar called Tax Tips and Financial Planning for Freelancers on Monday, June 5 at 3:00 p.m. E.T. and start to learn how […]

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Freelance Skillshare and Community Building Opportunities

by Amanda Maxwell Considering the freelance route, jumping from the nine-to-five into the freedom of midnight keyboard sessions in your PJs? Terrified but excited, and not sure where to go for information? While there are a lot of resources out there, they’re mostly online with very little of the personal touch. If you don’t know many […]

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Tax Tips webinar for members on February 25

Tax season is approaching, freelancers. If that thought makes you sweat, we’ve got an upcoming webinar for members that’s sure to take some of the stress out of the bookkeeping side of your business. CMG Freelance and CWA Associate Members are invited to “Keeping CRA Happy While You Do You: Tax Tips for Creatives,” a webinar with […]

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The Born Freelancer Applies for a Line of Credit, Part 2

This series of posts by the Born Freelancer shares personal experiences and thoughts on issues relevant to freelancers. Have something to add to the conversation? Your input is welcome in the comments. Read Part 1 of this 2-part series on freelancers and credit here. Spoiler Alert: I didn’t get it.  To recap: I had applied for a line […]

Posted on June 12, 2015 at 9:00 am by editor · LEAVE A COMMENT · Tagged with: , , , ,

The Born Freelancer Applies for a Line of Credit, Part 1

This series of posts by the Born Freelancer shares personal experiences and thoughts on issues relevant to freelancers. Have something to add to the conversation? Your input is welcome in the comments. Maybe you’ve received them in the mail too. Over the last couple of years I had got a number of “preauthorized” applications for “lines of […]

Posted on May 22, 2015 at 9:00 am by editor · LEAVE A COMMENT · Tagged with: , ,