As freelancers you face unique challenges and risks. However, you know that  being able to have control over your time and work outweighs the so-called “security” of being an employee. I will help you to lower your risks so you can focus on excelling at your craft. 

If you are a musician, artist, designer, web-developer, copywriter, social media manager, photographer, consultant–maybe even an influencer– odds are you are a freelancer.   

How I Help Freelancers

Single-Member LLC

A well designed and managed single-member LLC limits your personal liability exposure. We vow to help you with minimum paperwork.


Well written contracts help you create better deals, minimize risk, reduce disputes, and maximize your chances of success.

Intellectual Property

IP protection is a must for most creative freelancers. From trademarks to copyrights, chances are you could use some help.

DBA & Trade Name

If you prefer to start faster and lighter, an appropriate DBA (doing business as) name registration could also favor you.

Incentives, and Much More!

I know that sometimes freelancers like to do most things on their own. So, feel free to schedule a consultation if you'd like to pick my brain and go over questions you may have. I can also help you apply for incentives!


What is a freelancer?

According to Randy Duermyer from The Balance, a freelancer is a self-employed person who offers services to clients, either business or other individuals. 

what is the most common mistake freelancers make?

According to James Sowers from Digital Freelancer, the most common mistake freelancers make is not using contracts on every client project.

What are the most common freelance opportunities available?

Per an article called “An Introduction to Freelancing” from The Balance, the most common freelance opportunities available are: 

  • Accounting/Bookkeeping
  • Graphic Design
  • Marketing
  • Project Management
  • Social Media Manager
  • Teaching/Tutoring
  • Virtual Assistant
  • Web Design/Development
  • Writing  

What are the pros and cons of being a freelancer?

The pros of being a freelancer include autonomy and freedom when selecting tasks, clients, rates and how to do your job. The cons include having to pay your own taxes (although lower rate are a pro), potential licenses and permits, and you’ll have to pay your own benefits.

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