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A Field Guide to Freelancer Finances

By Designers, Developers and FreeAgent

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Book Id: WPLBN0004450872
Format Type: PDF (eBook)
File Size: 4.96 MB.
Reproduction Date: 2/1/2016

Title: A Field Guide to Freelancer Finances  
Author: Designers, Developers and FreeAgent
Volume:
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, General Works, Free online business finance guide for freelancers
Collections: Reference, Authors Community, Most Popular Books in China, Medicine
Historic
Publication Date:
2016
Publisher: FreeAgent Central Ltd
Member Page: Victoria Shepherd

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And Freeagent, D. D. (2016). A Field Guide to Freelancer Finances. Retrieved from http://gutenberg.us/


Description
Unsure what your freelance rate should be? Fed up of chasing late-paying clients? Too scared to take a holiday? You need A Field Guide to Freelancer Finances! This ebook is a series of short, engaging chapters that include first-person advice, industry research, Put together by cloud accounting software providers FreeAgent (www.freeagent.com), the guide covers how to deal with invoicing, accounting, pricing and tax like a boss. You’ll hear from prominent freelance web professionals such as Anna Debenham and Paul Boag who have experienced it all firsthand, alongside getting invaluable financial, accounting and business tips from FreeAgent’s chief accountant Emily Coltman.

Summary
Packed with tips, reports, real life stories and much more, A Field Guide to Freelancer Finances is all about how to take control of your business finances as a freelance web designer or developer. You’ll find out how to run your business with confidence and how others in the same industry navigate the tricky issues that all freelancers face.

Excerpt
“We all love the freedom that being freelance gives us. But at the end of the day we also all need to make money. Being the best designer or developer in the world sadly won’t help you if you can’t make enough money to survive, which is why the figure called the “break-even point” is so important for freelancers...”

Table of Contents
Welcome A word from the editor About the authors Using the break-even point to price How I take the uncertainty out of fixed-price projects My biggest pricing mistake My best pricing tip Building shelter Creating a stormproof invoicing process My invoicing terms Credit control for freelancers How I chase late payments Overcoming a fear of finances Accounting reports and what they tell you How to plan your cash flow for holidays and long breaks About FreeAgent

 
 



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