When you click on the button, a template for an example Independent Contractor Agreement will appear.
It is a webpage that contains a series of boxes. Each box has a title above it. Each box does not
contain the final text of the agreement. Instead, each box contains a description or suggestion of
the type of information that you should type into the box. The contents of each box, and even the
title of each box is editable.
It is important to understand that NO information from this application is sent to the server, saved,
shared, or used in any way. Everything is performed locally on your computer. When you close the
Independent Contractor Agreement template webpage, everything that you typed into the webpage goes away.
If you scroll down to the bottom of the webpage you'll find a [Copy] button. Click on that button
and the entire Independent Contractor Agreement template will be copied to your device's paste
buffer. This application has been tested in Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. It does NOT work in
Microsoft Edge. Then open a text file in your favorite word processor and in the menu select Edit | Paste.
Be sure to test this application before putting a lot of work into it.
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The source for this material is
How to Write a Freelance Contract
and their disclaimer states: "If in doubt, have your contract checked. Save a Fortune on Agreements and Contracts
is a good start. This article provides legal information only, not legal advice. You should consult with an
attorney before signing anything that may affect your legal rights and obligations." You should check out
this wikihow.com article and its related wikiHows for more information about writing freelance, consulting,
and service contracts.