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The number of self-employed people keeps increasing by the day, and many factors seem to be favoring the work policy. Although, there are myths attached to self-employment that make a lot of people rush in, only to rush out or even go bankrupt. Many do not even know what it means to be self-employed. Well, one thing you should not joke with if you work for yourself is a self-employed contract template.   

Do you know the allowances that you need to make when you are drawing up a self-employed contract? Don’t worry; it is not too late to learn if this is new to you. Our self-employed contract template will help you create an agreement that will protect you and your business when you are ready. Learn what it means to be independent and why you need a contract in your transactions below.     

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Learn what it means to be independent and why you need a contract in your transactions below.

What does it mean to be self-employed?

A self-employed person is an independent consultant or contractor who runs a business. As a self-employed worker, you are not entitled to most of the employment protection that an employee would enjoy. You might have a deal with some clients, but you are unsure about your employment status. Here are some factors that indicate that a person is self-employed:

  • You have control over the amount of work you do and how you do it.
  • You can delegate the work instead of being there in person to do it.
  • You provide the equipment for the execution of the task.
  • You can work for as many clients as you want.

If what you do matches all these criteria, you are self-employed, whether it is a full-blown operation you run or a part-time freelancing. You might be thinking, “I don’t need a self-employed contract template to do my job; all I do is get the work, agree with my client, and carry it out.”  You would be wrong. 

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The importance of a self-employed contract template

As a self- employed worker, you won’t get an employment contract from your clients. It is, however, your responsibility to draw up a contract for your clients. If you are newly self-employed, you can use a self-employed contract template to draw one. The reasons why you need to draw up that contract include:

  1. A contract acts as proof of the details of the agreement between you and your client. It will help you avoid any misunderstanding between you and your client over any point in the job.
  2. A signed contract also provides you security and peace of mind. You know your responsibility, and your client will understand what is expected of him/her.
  3. You give your clients a sense of guaranteed confidentiality, especially in cases where you have to handle sensitive information. A non-disclosure provision can be added to your contract for such cases.
  4. A self-employed contract helps you avoid the cost of court proceedings. You can save yourself the expense of litigation if your client goes back to an agreement. The contract acts as a reference that can save you from expensive court proceedings or even save you from court entirely. 
  5. A contract can help keep you responsible and accountable to your client. Being self-employed is hard; a contract is an official record that can help you stick to your part of the bargain. You know that your client can sue for any part of the agreement that you don’t keep. 

There are several contracts that a self-employed person might have to create. One such contract is a contract for services that should contain the detailed relationship between you and your client. It can also have a substitution clause, no mutual obligations clause, or a control limit. You can figure out what to fit into your contract from our self-employed contract template.

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