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I went ahead and updated the Help Center list of topics:

Freelancing Stack Exchange is for Self-employed and freelance workers.

If your question covers...

  • Agency work while freelancing
  • Selling services to different employers without a long-term contract with any of them
  • Client responsibilities to freelancers
  • Cross-border requirements and laws for freelancing

and isn't about...

  • Working in a part-time of full-time setting for a company
  • Asking for life experiences or opinions on freelancing

...then you’re in the right place to ask your question!

Please look around to see if your question has been asked before. It’s also OK to ask and answer your own question.

In order to become a site for experts, we'll need to specialize. What else is our list of topics missing?

What about things we don't do. It's just as important to define what our site is not about. What else do we add to the list?

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In addition to what I already added, I also added a "How should I answer" section to highlight the back it up rule.

How should I answer?

Your answer should provide enough context to help the asker determine if the answer is right for them. Answers based on facts, references, and specific expertise are preferable.

If the question has the legal tag, you should include references or citations to back up your answer.

In general, your answer should always include material to support or explain why your answer is correct. Answers that don't meet these guidelines may be removed. For more information, see the back it up rule.

There are some answers on legal questions with no way to validate them, and I've begun the process of leaving comments, applying post notices, and even editing posts that I think can be saved.

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