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  1. JakeSorich

    How to Deal With a Boss That Takes Credit for Your Work??

    I'd find a lawyer, or someone who knows how the wrongful termination laws work in your state before you do anything. You have rights, and he might not be able to fire you for pointing out to him how it was your idea and not his. Again, though, consult someone who knows how it works in your...
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    Social Interactions

    I do theater. It's an easy way to make friends and it's fun. You get to know people really well over the course of doing the show, plus, this last show I just did, I got to act like a do-nothing sheriff in a western and talk with a fake southern drawl. Poetry slams, too, are fun places to meet...
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    Freelancing ethics? Where do YOU draw the line?

    Yeah, fake reviews are sketchy. I think for me, everything I write has my name on it, so that means if I start writing about less-than reputable things or what not, while it might be OK for a while, there will reach a point where my reputation starts crumbling and that's not something to me is...
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    Do you listen to music while you work?

    Sometimes I will. It depends on my mood that day I guess, or what I'm writing about. Classical music helps me concentrate sometimes! :-)
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    Hello folks!

    Right on. I've lived here most my life. I love it. It's not perfect, but it's nice. :-)
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    Hello folks!

    Thanks! I'm glad I found this place. :-)
  7. JakeSorich

    Hello folks!

    Hi there everyone! My name's Jake and I'm an on-again-off-again freelance writer from Montana. I've also started my own tiny little media company, worked for several different newspapers and have done all sorts of different jobs, too. I look forward to meeting everyone and becoming a part of...
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    Tips Important Tax Tips For New Freelance Writers

    Keeping tax records might not seem like a sexy topic, but it's a super important one to master if you're new to freelance writing. To help you start out, here's a few crucial tips. 1. Know how self-employment taxes work As a freelancer, you're considered an independent contractor. So, put...