The idea of being self-employed can be tempting for many. Having flexibility and freedom while being your own boss—what could be better?
But starting your own business isn’t always easy, and there is a lot you must consider.
Having been self-employed for almost 20 years, Esther Szabo is here to share the valuable insights she’s learned, from both a business and financial perspective, when it comes to being your own boss.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- The importance of creating a business plan
- Why you should always have insurance—even if you don’t want the extra expense
- The professionals you should hire to help guide and protect you, including attorneys and tax professionals
- Why you should start looking for staff sooner rather than later
- And more!
Join Esther now as she guides you through which considerations to make on your journey to becoming self-employed!
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