As creative entrepreneurs and freelancers, it’s normal to want to procrastinate handling the financial and legal aspects of our businesses.

It’s normal. But it’s not smart.

If you want to be a full time creative professional, then you have to operate like a business. Every business needs to produce income, manage finances and tend to legalities. Trust me on this, because I’m right there with you when it comes to not wanting to deal with this sort of stuff.

That’s why in today’s video, I won’t go into the nitty gritty of every last detail you need to consider related to the legal and financial aspects of running your freelance business. Instead, I’ll explain my experience with both of these aspects in my own business. Plus, I’ll include a few of my best tips and resources to help you make sense of where to begin.

Check it out in the video below:

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