A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.
Questions concerning contracts between a freelancer, agent and a client.
should be used for questions about freelancing problems that involve related websites like Upwork, Freelancer.com etc. For support questions, see that vendor's customer support page. Do NOT u…
A tag for legal issues surrounding freelance work, such as tax or company incorporation. Questions with this tag *must* follow the "Back it up" rule.
Payment terms are the statements by a business about *"when"* and *"how"* it should be paid for goods or services that it has supplied.
Clients are sometimes hard to work with, don't understand the technologies they are working with, or aren't very punctual with paying the freelancers they employ. Use this tag for dealings with cli…
For questions concerning taxes taken by a local council or government entity.
For questions about strategies or advice on how to attract potential clients.
For questions about paying freelancers, or how you should organize having clients pay you.
For questions about professional communication as a freelancer.
Refers to the rate at which a freelancer or contractor is paid.
For questions about invoices and invoicing.
For questions about web development as it relates to freelancing/contract work. General questions about web development are off-topic for this site.
Questions related to the price or value of goods and services, regardless of whether given or received.
for situations where the regular base of operations is at the worker's home, and the related issues (logistics with family, home office tax write-offs, etc). For remote work questions tha…
Question about using software for improve the freelance work and performance.
Location-specific questions about freelance business in United Kingdom
Consulting is the practice of providing expert/professional advice on a given topic
For freelancing questions which are unique to or typical for programmers.
Negotiation is the act of trying to reach an agreement or compromise by means of dialog and/or discussion with others.
For questions related to support of any kind supplied to a client as part of a freelancing job/project
Location-specific questions about freelance business in United States
should refer to how to market yourself/company to the general public
for questions about working on contracts remotely. This could be from a co-working space, or another country. For home office questions, see the working-from-home tag.
A collection of highlighted works that a person has completed throughout his or her career.
Project management is the planning and organization of an organization's resources in order to move a specific task, event or duty toward completion.
Questions about managing schedules, timeframes and project deadlines in freelance work.
Design is the realization of a concept or idea into a configuration, drawing, model, pattern, plan or specification.
A list of overarching goals for a company, along with an outline of how the company plans to accomplish those goals.
Questions relating to invoices and monetary charge in return for completed freelance work.
Questions about freelancing that are specific to a small partnership/group
for questions about contracts where the invoiced value is based on the number of hours worked.
for any questions about contracts that have a fixed value or fixed cost associated with them.
For questions that are related to methods and advice on how to deal with late payments.
The bidding process is used to select a freelancer for subcontracting a project, or for purchasing products and services that are required for a project. The client sends the bid to a group of freelan…
Questions about evaluating new clients and their reliability when working as freelancer.
An estimation is a rough calculation of the value, number, quantity, or extent of something. For freelancing, this may relate to time estimation (how long a task will take to be completed) or cost est…