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Travel expenses and loss of income

This is something that is appropriate to negotiate with the employer if you feel it is necessary. Personally, I would figure out a fixed amount I needed to do the job NOT including travel expenses ...
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Change in rate for onsite work

As a freelancer, I am free to work when and where I want. When onsite I am expected to be present during certain hours on certain days. I am also unable to take phone calls or deal with other ...
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Working while traveling out of country

I guess if you plan to get paid during that time, you may have some problems if you open an account there. You should check with your bank the options. Also, if you use paypal, there are some ...
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Working while traveling out of country

The place where you are working from does not impact your current projects, the only problem you should have in mind is if you prospect new clients in the US, you need to warn them that you are ...
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Remote jobs - how to charge clients?

Well it depends on what you have agreed before. I am sure the client mentioned travelling, but you overlooked at it and did not consider time you will "lose" travelling. I would approach to a client ...
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Remote jobs - how to charge clients?

Ethical? Of course it is. You already charge for your time. You can add this into a callout fee, or travel time as a separate line item on your invoice. There is a however here... Your overall cost ...
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Do I need to register as a freelancer and where?

I don't know specifically for a country, but as far as I know freelancers don't need to register anywhere (might be different for different countries). If I work with a client or a company not located ...
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Freelance as software developer without travelling?

Fellow physicist here, though living in the US. I freelance for clients worldwide and I almost never (say once every other month) have to go see a client in person. I'm convinced anybody with ...
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Working as a travelling software engineer

There are several options to get remote work. I think freelancing is not strictly implied. There are several highly succesful companies that only have remote workers. I would suggest that you also ...
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Working while traveling out of country

As a freelancer, you may be the only person in your business and likely still need to be checking and responding to emails and maybe doing other tasks while you travel. I'm not qualified to provide ...
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Travel expenses and loss of income

1 You need two rates to give them. 1. We work with for out of office work on two per diem rates: 2. a) Working days at XXX per day 3. b) Travel days (all days from base to base excluding working ...
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