If you're self employed and have to take time off work inadvertently what can you do to minimize the loss of income and work stoppage? This post explores your options for your small business.

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Written by lyceum
656 days ago

My long-range goal is to take time off on a regular basis in the future, doing as Ti Roberts is saying: creating an residual income.



Written by tiroberts
658 days ago

Hi Sian,

This is a great post and you mentioned some great tips. I especially agree with planning ahead and setting up residual income. I think these are two of the most important things to set up. I love the security that comes along with residual income because you know you can count on that income every month without fail. Planning ahead is great for my productivity also. I find that even when I'm not going to be taking days off, planning ahead helps me to get a lot more work done. Thanks for sharing your insights on BizSugar. I appreciate it!

Ti



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