Gig economy workers must prepare for added costs

Posted 3/1/2018

Maryalene LaPonsie details eight things people who wish to enter the gig economy should work into their budget before deciding whether to say goodbye to the regular 9-to-5, including matters relating to taxes, insurance, savings, personal marketing and equipment maintenance. Geoff Dubiski, EY's executive director of people advisory services, who has personal experience of contract work, says gig workers must not ignore their obligations to tax authorities.

U.S. News & World Report