Freelance profession? Why not!
Freelancer is a profession that has been operating on the labor market for a long time. Currently, more and more people are choosing this form of employment.
Freelancers are often referred to as risk takers who always go beyond the commonly accepted framework. Some even perceive them as heroes who are not touched by the gray reality of workers. And there is a lot of truth in this, because a freelancer is a profession for brave and bored people with rigid constructs.
What benefits for the freelancer himself
First of all - a freelancer is his own sail and rudder - in a word, he does not experience the supervision of the employer. A person like himself is a boss, no one dictates how, when and where to work. Freelancer is independent - independently and freely organizes his work. Therefore, people who decide to freelance should remember that civil law contracts are by no means employment contracts. It often happens that people for whom a freelancer provides a given service take advantage of the lack of legal regulations regarding self-employment in labor law and thus bypass certain provisions. As a result, it turns out that such a fake freelancer is actually working under the terms of an employment relationship. Meanwhile, the transition from an employment contract to a civil law contract, with the simultaneous lack of actual changes in working conditions (fixed remuneration, place and time of work determined by the client), is treated as a circumvention of the law and is prohibited (regardless of the name, it will be an employment contract, and not freelancing)
Second - self-realization - because the freelancer works on his own account. Each of his projects and successes is his own success, not the company he works for.
Thirdly - non-standard working hours - who wouldn't want to work when they like? The vision is pleasant - you get up with the sunset, make your coffee and go to work. You went crazy at night and suddenly you realize that you don't have to be at work at 8am. These are the dreams of every full-time employee. Meanwhile, the freelance profession allows for such deviations from the norm. Freelancer is limited by only one thing: completing the assigned task. Therefore, in the middle of the week, he can take unpaid leave (full-time employees work all year round). What's more, your own organization of work and rest time allows you to carry out more orders, regardless of whether the freelancer will work for an hour or for 24 hours - it is important that the goal justifies the means.
Fourth - better contract terms - a freelancer affects the terms of the contract to the same extent as the client. Moreover, the terms of the freelancer's liability are freely created, including non-competition and confidentiality issues.
Fifth - the implementation of your own ideas, dreams and plans. Due to the fact that a freelancer does not have a supervisor, no one imposes specific tasks on him. He chooses the clients and orders he wants to carry out himself. And when he gains regular customers, he can even become picky and decide for himself who he wants to work for and who he does not.
Sixthly - higher earnings - irregular working hours, lack of boss supervision and organization of your own work system, combined with discipline and self-denial, work wonders. As practice shows, being a freelancer and not having a fixed salary, you can earn a lot, often much more than in a full-time job. In addition, all money earned goes to the freelancer account. It saves on taxes and on compulsory social and health insurance contributions (they are not paid on full income, as they can be regulated on the declared basis of assessment, i.e. 60% of the average wage). In addition, it has the option of deducting VAT on the purchase of goods and services.
Seventh - access to credits and subsidies. If a freelancer starts his own business, he gains the right to take advantage of loans and subsidies intended for small enterprises.