One-off freelance work - best invoice/payment approach?



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Hey all,

My girlfriend has recently embarked (and mostly completed) some freelance graphic design work. However she's in full-time PAYE employment and this is completely unrelated, and she is also NOT going to pursue any further freelance work in the future. This is literally a one-off.

What's the best way for her to go about receiving payment for this? We're only talking 15-20 hours of chargable work. I imagine the cost and hassle of establishing a company would outweigh any benefits. Should we attempt to 'become' an employee of another company (I know a number of contractors with companies I could *possibly* lean on), or utilise an umbrella service for this work?


- J

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