Do You Need Insurance If You Freelance?
By Diane Tait Image courtesy Pixabay Freelancing has never been more popular. Whether it’s to make some extra income or is a full-time proposition, being a freelancer means never having to deal with the boss looking over your shoulder ever again. Many stay-at-home moms and dads embrace it for the time flexibility it provides. Some who have lost their jobs or are now working at home due to COVID-19 enjoy the ability to turn time into money anytime they choose. With more than 57 million Americans (1/3 of the workforce) currently participating in the Gig Economy, freelancing has never been more popular. If you currently freelance or are thinking about it, here’s what you need to know from an insurance perspective.