Chris
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Possible for agronomist to do remote freelancing?
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Firstly, I'm assuming your friend is a qualified agronomist and knows how to do the job, with that said; part of the role of an agronomist is typically field-based work, so they may need to be ...

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What do I need when I want to work as freelance developer in Ireland (Dublin)?
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Tax law is complicated the world over, and as a general rule you should seek the advise of a tax specialist in the jurisdiction where you'll need to pay taxes, they'll also likely be able to ...

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What are some practices to follow, to get not cheated when freelancing on non-commission based platforms
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As a UK freelancer working with primarily US clients, I'm often on the opposite side of the arrangement. I personally tend to work with either milestones and/or a 25–50% upfront deposit (depending on ...

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Can I use screenshots of my development works in a huge organization in my personal portfolio?
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Showing work you have completed as a freelancer is obviously preferable. Whether you can legally show the work you did for a previous employer will depend on your employment contract and/or whether ...

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As a freelance programmer, how to include projects in portfolio without legal trouble?
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If you haven't signed an NDA, and have no contract in place for the work that mentions this, then posting the work on your site would seem to be fair use. I would also infer that there is no obvious ...

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Is there a freelance / contracting website that mostly focuses on the United Kingdom market and caters mostly for UK remote-based IT workers?
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Whilst impossible to state that 'no that site does not exist', I can say that no such site exists that has significant market share and thus would not suffer from the same problem as the PeoplePerHour ...

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U.S. Citizen performing contract work globally for a U.K.-based company
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If you're working outside the UK, you do not need a UK work visa. Visas are for those physically entering the UK — should you to travel to the UK you can find a definitive answer on the UK government'...

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Freelancer: Business Entity or Individual?
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You'll need to ask a legal or tax advisor in India, but in non-country specific terms the benefits of a business entity rather than an individual trading in your own name are: Tax benefits — as a ...

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