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Tax Consultants Wanted For Tax Gig Assignments

GIG BLUE

With the gig economy creating more options for tax consultants around the world, becoming a freelance professional, finding work and getting paid on time are more attractive than ever before. The technology platform developed by www.taxconnections.com is now the “go to platform” for tax professionals who desire consulting work in the profession.

Visitors are spending more time on TaxConnections than on LinkedIn or Facebook when they are searching for a tax consultant as proven on Amazon Alexa Analytics. “Although our metrics vary month to month, for the past two years we have outperformed LinkedIn and Facebook on number of page views and time spent on our site because when our visitors arrive they are interested in the tax professional members on our site.” states CEO Kat Jennings.

Now is the time for tax consultants to jump in and make themselves known on a site that is promoting a tax professionals who desire a tax gig. Tax Consultants joining us are gaining great new clients due to the gig economy.

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ATaxGig.Com: Rise Of Gig Economy For The Tax, Accounting And Legal Profession

Rise Of Gig Economy

The word “gig” originated from the 1920s jazz scene in which jazz musicians had their own slang and referred to performances as gigs. The word gig was used as a noun where it was considered a live performance by a musician or group playing popular or jazz music. The word is also used as a verb such as perform a gig. Although no one knows the true origin of the word “gig” it is possible the origin was from the word gigue which is a lively dance form of Italian origin commonly used as the last movement of a suite from the Old French word giguer. According to jazz musician Eubie Blake and bandleader James Reese, Europe used the word “gig” in the jazz world as early as 1905 and most commonly used in the 1920s.

Today, the term “gig” is associated with the gig economy which is a free market system in which individuals or businesses hire independent contractors, freelancers and short-term workers for specialized tasks, assignments or jobs. In the “gig economy” or “freelance economy,” gig workers earn all or part of their incomes from short-term contracts under which they are paid for individual tasks, assignments, or jobs.

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