What is a1099-Freelancer?
Updated: May 24, 2020
As a sole proprietor, you are a self-starter that takes the initiative to get the job done without waiting for anyone else to start the ball rolling. You wear multiple hats which means you are responsible for sales, legal issues, accounting, computer problems, and everything in between. You have the ability to juggle multiple demands and know when to outsource to keep your work flow balanced.
If this sounds like you, you're probably a good candidate to be self-employed. More than likely, you've already entertained the thought of being an independent business owner. If this be the case, then you're a frequent day-dreamer about selling your own product or service and generating an income by promoting your expertise. No doubt, the flexibility of setting your own work schedule as an independent, motivates you to plan your escape from your 9-5.
If being an independent freelancer appeals to you, check out all our blog posts regarding self-employment to get your ideas flowing and make a positive pivotal moment in your life today. Worried about your credit not qualifying for funding? Don't be. Even if you've been turned down by the bank we know how to polish your credit profile and make sure it's lender-ready before we submit your file to our underwriting team. So, if you're done talking and your ready to take action then get serious about starting your endevor. It's as easy as a single page application and 3 bank statements and our lenders love startups.