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Questions concerning contracts between a freelancer, agent and a client.

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It depends. At first, from what you define as requirements. If the requirements are where you have to work (remote, or by client) it's the crucial element and it must be written down. Otherwise they c …
answered May 24 '13 by Danubian Sailor
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What is the effect of being employed full-time for longer period of time on finding job as contractor afterwards? As far as I know, when companies are looking for contractors, many short- and medium- …
asked May 23 '13 by Danubian Sailor
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I'm planning longer pause (about 1 year) after current contract (IT - programmer). I have about 8 years of experience, and I haven't made such a long pause yet (maximal - 3 months). However, there are …
asked Aug 18 '13 by Danubian Sailor
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thousands of invoices daily, they will either cooperate with big company or start their own translation department. Of course big companies and big contracts means big money. But it's not only big …
answered May 24 '13 by Danubian Sailor
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Generally, everything can be tax cost, or cannot be, depending on actual situation. So the list of things that can be cost would never exist. There could be only a particular cases for particular coun …
answered Jun 6 '13 by Danubian Sailor
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hotel, which would increase the costs of about 500-1000€. On shorter time contracts (up to 3 months) probably I'd stay only in hotel, so should I charge about 1000€ monthly more? The sums in the question are templates only, to replace by localized costs. …
asked Jun 1 '13 by Danubian Sailor
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failure. But you must know, that even big companies with >100k$ capital were ruined by such contracts. Contract penalties can extend to millions$. The more typical case: you are involved as …
answered Jun 1 '13 by Danubian Sailor
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If I'm an EU-citizen and want to work in Switzerland as contractor, what should I do, if I have company registered in EU? Can I work in Switzerland as contractor and invoice my client company as EU- …
asked May 22 '13 by Danubian Sailor
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Normally, if you work in single EU country as contractor, you are treated like its tax resident and you are required to register company there. (This at least apply to Germany in Poland, where you are …
asked May 22 '13 by Danubian Sailor
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I'm considering contracting in Western Europe, with the most probable target - Germany or Switzerland. I'm making cost analysis, so I'd like to know what is the approximate/average cost of bookkeeping …
asked Aug 26 '13 by Danubian Sailor
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It depends how your contract is constructed. I was working how a long time on single contract, but I've never signed any contract for undefined period. There was always a fixed-time agreement (3 to 6 …
answered May 24 '13 by Danubian Sailor