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    Dec 2023

    IT en freelance et Portage salarial

    Bonjour * la communauté,

    Je m'intéresse au portage salarial en tant qu'informaticien freelance et je cherche * comprendre si ce modèle peut être une alternative viable * d'autres formes de travail indépendant. Quels sont les aspects spécifiques du portage salarial qui pourraient bénéficier aux professionnels IT en freelance ? Quels sont les éventuels inconvénients ou risques * prendre en compte avant de choisir cette option ? Je serais reconnaissant de recevoir des retours d'expérience ou des conseils sur ce sujet.

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    Dec 2012

    Re: IT en freelance et Portage salarial

    As translated:

    Hello community,

    I am interested in salary portage as a freelance IT specialist and I am trying to understand if this model can be a viable alternative to other forms of independent work. What are the specific aspects of salary portability that could benefit freelance IT professionals? What are the possible disadvantages or risks to take into account before choosing this option? I would be grateful for any feedback or advice on this topic.
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