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In short, the answer is 'no', it's certainly not inappropriate to advertise potential vacancies on your linkedin page, but you need to understand that at that point you're basically moonlighting as a stunted recruiter, passing suitable candidates along to other recruiters who claim that they'll pay you a small finder's-fee for helping them to place a ...


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You can. At least when you are a writer or a programmer you can do it. Some of the most popular options as of now: Writing articles for Everipedia. Unlikely to earn more than 10€ a day unless you write for bounties, which is doable. The payout is in IQ, which you can the trade for the cryptocurrency of the FIAT money of your choice. Content creation and ...


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The main question is 'anonymous towards whom?'. As Scot laid out you cannot be completely anonymous and operate legally, because there are always some requirements on taxation and bookkeeping. IMHO user6950100's advice is already quite good. Some freelancers run a small one person limited company and use that to build their brand. In that case you are still ...


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I was going through the same thing. I think the ultimate answer is you can't. You could find people who want a website, who don't have a limited company and arent filing their expenses, etc. And if it was a cash transaction you could get away with all the legal stuff. However most clients that come to me are official limited companies, and they require ...


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You can't. Well, at least you can't get paid for anything anonymously. After all, any payment processor is going to want your information... The only possible way to work anonymously would be to deal exclusively in cash face to face or cryptocurrency. However, few actual legitimate, businesses operate in cryptocurrency as far as I'm aware. I could be wrong ...


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Is there an issue with using a company name? Register as a sole proprietor or limited liability corporation or something similar, and use that name for all your work. Just be warned, depending on your expected client base, noClue Industries may not be the best of names ;-)


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