Understanding how to make a budget can be tricky for freelancers. Manage your income in both slow and high-earning months to secure your future finances.
“Debt and freelancers” sounds like one of those unbreakable links. Good planning, budgeting and paying attention to income flow can break the chain.
Freelancers know the feast-or-famine routine all too well. Here are some freelance workload management tips to smooth out the uncertainties.
I spent well over $6,000 in self-employed business expenses on my solopreneur, work-at-home business this year. Where did it all go, and was it worth it?
Over the years, I’ve tried several different types of pay periods. Here’s the scoop on each, and how they work in different situations. What works for you?
Here’s how to calculate freelance hourly rate to give you a clearer picture of your financial realities. Use this equation no matter your industry.
These three ideas can help you think differently about how to earn steady income as a freelancer. See how gaining financial stability can help you grow.
When I got my first tax bill after a year of freelancing, I learned a lot about saving money for taxes. Here are three important lessons I learned.
There’s totally an app for that; here are some of the best budget apps for keeping your finances in order, managing your time and pain-free payments.
There are four common freelance budgeting mistakes we all make at first. Read on to learn how to avoid them and build a sustainable freelance business.