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Why Freelancers Need To Know Their Cost Of Living

Your cost of living is a key factor in freelance finance.

Is It Time To Cut Funding For Neglected Projects?

Have you been plowing money into projects you’re not working on? I did. But not anymore.

How Freelancers Can Have Financial Flexibility

If you needed a few hundred dollars for an unforeseen expense, could you boost your income to cover it?

Track Your Freelance Expenses, Have More Money

Here’s why you should get into the habit of tracking all your expenses, all the time.

Money Making May: Focusing On The Funds

There’s no shame in being motivated by money. That’s what Money Making May is all about.

How Freelancers Can Avoid Post-Travel Stress

Don’t allow post-vacation affairs to strip away the bliss from your trip.

6 Tax Mistakes Freelancers Should Avoid

When it comes to Uncle Sam, mistakes can be costly.

From “Show Your Work:” Quotes Pt. 3

In this third, and final, segment on “Show Your Work,” we get insight from Austin Kleon about trolls, money and carrying on.

How Anchor Clients Change Freelancing

Get anchor clients and you’ll have streams of work and money coming your way.

More Work For More Money Isn’t A Better Rate

When you’re negotiating, pay attention to the details. More isn’t always the type of more you’re asking for.

Do You Understand Invoices Aren’t Money?

If you fail to see an invoice for what it really is, you’re setting yourself up for a crisis.

Riser Gigs: Wake Up To Money

If waking up to money sounds as good to you as it does to me, you should get a riser gig.

Contently Upgrades The Freelance Rates Database

Contently made improvements to the Rates Database that make it easier to get publications’ rates.

You Can, And Should, Have A Tax ID Number

There are two options. You can use your social security number or a tax ID number. What do you think is best?

No Risk, No Empire: The Reality of Freelancer Success

Stick to the safety of paid writing gigs and be mediocre. Or, make plans, take risks and achieve.