Daily Archives: April 20, 2017


freelance financing
Picture Source Being a successful freelancer is about far more than finding clients or even offering a consistent service while operating on a solo basis or as part of a small team. Being a successful freelancer depends on the money involved with your solo business, at the end of the day. Given that you’re the glue which holds everything together and keeps the money pouring in or pouring out, it’s up to you to maintain control of all financial elements involved with your freelance business and ensure that you remain in the green. Rather than solely focusing on profits and […]

Clever Financing Whilst You’re Freelancing


how to become a better freelance writer
One of the great things about the modern world of business is that many entrepreneurs are able to start their companies from home. Operating from a residential address offers many benefits. Not least due to the reduced overheads and pressure for fast results. However, most successful startups will eventually reach a point where they’ve outgrown the home office. It’s time to leave home. Transporting your venture from the home to a commercial property is a big step to take that brings several risks. Therefore, it’s imperative that you do so in the most appropriate fashion. Follow these five simple tricks […]

Leaving Home: Taking Your Small Business to a Commercial Venue


investing profits from a freelance business
  credit It can be tricky to reach a point as a freelancer where you are actually bringing in more money than you need to survive. But once you get there, a whole world of opportunity opens up for you. And where you put your money can make a huge difference to your lifestyle now and long into the future. Let’s take a look at some of the investments savvy freelancers make – and why you should consider them, too. Invest in Hired Help Here’s the biggest problem with freelancing – you have to do everything yourself. There’s marketing, accounting, […]

What Are The Best Ways To Invest Your Freelance Profits?