Four Dos & Don'ts for Calculating Income from 'Gig Economy' Jobs

Four Dos & Don'ts for Calculating Income from 'Gig Economy' Jobs



As U.S. unemployment reaches historic levels, you may see more applicants making ends meet with income from online “gig” platforms such as Instacart, Postmates, or Grubhub. These particular grocery and food delivery services have reported record demand during the pandemic and have announced increases in work opportunities through their platform. Applicants may be using freelance positions with these type of online services that match their freelance labor and local demand as a stopgap solution to paying bills during an economic downturn.

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