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Should You Hire Employees or Contractors for Your Freelance Business?

Freelance business owners often struggle with the question of whether to hire a contractor or an employee. Many claim that contractors are the way to go, hands down; still others have only hire employees and claim they would never do anything different. So, what should you do when faced with this decision? Is there one that is better over the other, overall, or does the “right” choice depend on your type of small business? When mulling over this decision, it is important to realize that you actually need to consider four simple questions.
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