I've recently begun transitioning from "moonlighting" to having a company (though the term is a bit forced for a team of ~1.25 people). The main reason is that this helps with the credibility and in asking a higher rate.
But because this also triggers a bit more responsibility, I need to have ready a contract template, along the lines of 'i'll do the job, you'll do the payment, i won't leak your information...', mostly to have some paper to refer to in case of future conflicts.
As I haven't yet been burned (too much), I'd welcome some tips of points to include in this contract. Any consulting hard lessons you're willing to share?
(I know this doesn't replace adequate legal advice, but i'm looking for any useful tech angle on this line of work).