More workers than ever are moving away from full-time employment and towards more flexible arrangements.
The term "gig economy" generally refers to working outside traditional employer/employee relationship.
It's crucial to stay on top of your tax obligations - there are no second chances when it comes to the IRS.
A number of factors suggest the gig economy will stick around. Regulatory and economic changes could effect the way gig workers do business.
Whether it's driving for an app-based ride share company or working as an independent contractor for a traditional company, let's look at the pros and cons of 21st century freelancing.