What Insurance Policies Do All Freelancers Need?
Recently, Freelancers Union reported that “50% of U.S. jobs are compatible with remote work arrangements.” It is no surprise, then, that so many companies are hosting video meetings and conferences, allowing employees to be location-independent, and hiring more contractors/freelancers than ever before. When working as a freelancer, enjoying this kind of freedom is exciting. However, along with the perks and freedom to work when and where you want, there are also some important considerations. One such consideration is equipping yourself with the right kinds of insurance. If you are now freelancing, or are thinking about freelancing in the future, explore three categories of insurance that you should definitely have.