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Working in the shade for a digital sphere freelancer is a common thing. If the tax authorities come and check, then to a neighbor who bakes cakes or makes nails, and not to an unknown copywriter, targetologist, UX-designer or SMM-box. It is also necessary to find it on the Internet, and who will contact this? But that was before.
Now banks are more sensitive to money transfers so as not to indulge in corruption, shadow income and the financing of terrorism. The robot automatically checks private payments and at any time can block the card to determine where the money came from. Only the freelancer who works legally can explain.
I got into an uncomfortable situation a few years ago when my WebMoney wallet was blocked. Technical support asked me for documents confirming the source of funds. What could I provide them if I worked with some webmaster directly without a contract? The wallet was not unlocked, the money – five thousand rubles – was not returned.
There is a risk that a competitor, a dissatisfied customer or just an envious person will file a complaint about illegal business activities. Continue reading
When it comes to Russian education, polar opinions traditionally sound: someone believes that we got the best system in the world from the USSR, and someone scolds the Soviet legacy and all modern innovations.
By the day of the student, Rusbase had learned from entrepreneurs and top managers why they did not like Russian education and whether it could help young people start their own business.
Andrey Teslenko, co-founder of Mishka AI
The Russian education system in the bulk is completely divorced from reality. It is a parallel universe. The big problem I see is the romanticization of the image of an entrepreneur among students. And often this is done precisely by the state or by state money. In reality, students, due to their age, do not have enough experience to create a business capable of survival and scaling. Citing several successful people who created startups as students as examples (for example, Mark Zuckerberg) is a classic “survivor’s mistake”.
Gleb Kharitonov, founder of Briskly Continue reading