Writer? Freelance, Consultant, Sub-Contractor, In-House: All-of-the-Above

Repeatedly I see the confusion regarding Taxation, Social Security, Insurance and How to get Paid as a Writer in Israel. Tax Writers, there are stages you have to go to before you charge over 100,000 nis and need the Accountant every month. Did you know that? I was sharing with a friend who worked In-HouseContinue reading “Writer? Freelance, Consultant, Sub-Contractor, In-House: All-of-the-Above”

Working with Start-ups? TechDocs Tips for Consultants #Israel

When Startups or other Businesses approach you, here are a few things that can protect you from unethical use and insult without pay.

Best Practices before Signing a Contract with a Company

A lot of companies look great on the outside, but it’s the inside that counts. If you want to know before signing a contract you should follow these ‘Best Practices’: 1) Do a background search. 2) Check when last the company website was updated. 3) Go directly to contacts and get references to previous employees.Continue reading “Best Practices before Signing a Contract with a Company”

Aspects of Technical Writing that nobody knows or cares about

Most people I tell I’m a Technical Writer think it’s interesting, funny or weird. I don’t really fit the profile – I’m a young, savvy, experienced professional & I’ve been in the field for +10 years. When I tell them what I do for a living, most people think I’m a translator. They can’t really getContinue reading “Aspects of Technical Writing that nobody knows or cares about”

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