Entering the Golden Age of the Six-Figure Freelancer

Opinion: About one-fifth—or 3.2 million—of U.S. freelancers are making at least $100,000 per year

The corner office overlooking Madison Avenue used to be the symbol of career success. But a new corner office—the in-home office—is on the rise, representing not only financial success, but that mythical ideal so many professionals crave and strive for: work-life balance.