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Sacrificing Work and Life Balance for Business Modest Money8 Comments

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A couple weeks ago I wrote about how I had jumped back into self employment. At this point I think I definitely made the right decision.

I don’t say this because I now have unlimited freedom to hang out with friends.

I don’t say that because I have been busy enjoying the summer as much as I can.

I don’t say that because I can work as little hours I want.

Do you know why it’s not any of those reasons? It’s because none of those are true. I’m not going to build some delusion that self employment is all a walk in the park. You’re at the wrong blog for sugar coating.

Granted a very small percentage of the self employed stumble across that kind of situation where they can coast, but it is the exception and not the rule. For most people who are self employed, they’ve gotta work their asses off, otherwise they’ll find themselves back punching the clock before they know it. Success rarely just falls in the laps of the lazy.

That doesn’t simply mean working harder from 9AM to 5PM than you would’ve at your old job. No it means…

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By : Jeremy Biberdorf | 4 Aug 2014
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Jumping Back Into Self Employment

By : Jeremy Biberdorf | 21 Jul 2014

As some of you already know I recently made the jump back in self employment. Ok it was actually a couple months ago but I’ve been working too hard to fit in any kind of announcement. I had been itching to make the move for …

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Paying For Self Employment Income Tax Year Round

By : Jeremy Biberdorf | 13 Dec 2012

Since 2005 I’ve been earning side income online. I’ve gotta say, it’s pretty nice to be getting that extra income each month. At times I’ve even relied on that money as my primary source of income. While the additional money is satisfying, there is one …

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