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Retirement options for freelancers

Freelancing has its perks – including freedom. One of the downsides is the missed opportunity to participate in a company retirement plan that matches your contributions. But if you’re fretting

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31 Female business journalists you should read

In honor of Women’s History Month, we have been highlighting a female business journalist every day this month on Twitter that you should definitely know and who’s reporting you need

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Navigating through finance as a freelancer

Freelancing is a double-edged sword: it comes without the security and benefits of a full-time job but allows for greater flexibility to pursue a wider range of opportunities and lifestyle

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How journalists can get (and keep) an audience

Audiences these days are fickle. I’m talking about digital audiences, not the type that sits in a theater or concert. They are choosy and particular because their time, energy, and

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Four easy steps to establishing an LLC

What is an LLC? LLC stands for Limited Liability Corporation. It’s a legal status granted to businesses that allow more flexibility than a corporation, while at the same time providing

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Narrative techniques can mess up your business reporting

Great narrative is prized in journalism. Long stories with protagonists, antagonists, narrative arcs, color, drama, conflict, intrigue … sorry, got carried away. That’s the potential problem facing business journalists and

Know the timelines in your reporting

People you interview may say something that is blatantly false or true, and you might be able to verify, one way or the other. But often there are relative truths

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