I've been looking into freelance stuff lately, wondering if I should take it on. Actually, there is no should about it. I need money and this might be the best way to do it.
I guess I've always been apprehensive about the whole setting up a business thing. I mean, what if I fail? Also there's the fact that I know so little about it that I'd probably need to pay someone to help me with it and right now there's absolutely no money for an accountant or business set up fees. I'm going to look into the NEIS project again, see if there's some way that I can make the funding work for me. A lot of these projects that I've found require me to be online for longer than I can stay in town without getting some kind of parking ticket. I guess the money would be best used to get the internet access that I'd need as well as help pay the bills when they come up.
Otherwise it's back trying to get access to my super early. I don't know how I'm going to manage that. How do you explain to someone you've never met that you need access to your money to help pay for things that are not debts yet, but only because you don't like being in debt. I think mine is going to be an emotional plea, which probably won't get me anywhere. At least by the end of the day I'll have filled in the forms to roll over my cash into another fund which does allow for early access.