February 13, 2019
testing a business idea

Testing a Business Idea: Three Methods To Determine If Yours Is Worth Pursuing

Most entrepreneurs have one thing in common: they are creative. New ideas for making money are constantly popping into their heads, and nearly every conversation or piece of reading becomes a seed for a new entrepreneurial pursuit. But success comes from doing, not dreaming. That’s why you can’t leave out the process of testing a business idea.
February 6, 2019
How to Become a Freelance Web Designer

How to Become a Freelance Web Designer

Wondering how to become a freelance web designer? Our guide offers practical tips to get you started. This post isn't going to teach you how to design websites. We're going to assume that you've already got those skills. Maybe you studied web design in college, maybe you've been building your own affiliate or e-commerce sites, or maybe you've been working for a web development company and are just looking to become your own boss. However you acquired the ability to build a website, we'll show you how to become a freelance web designer.
January 30, 2019

How To Calculate Your Freelance Average Hourly Rate (and What It Should Be)

How To Calculate Your Freelance Average Hourly Rate (and What It Should Be) Last week, we took an in-depth look at some handy tips for financial planning for freelancers. In that post, we touched briefly on charging what your worth. Finding prices that are both fair to you and the market can be difficult, but it's an integral skill if you are planning to make it as an entrepreneur. So in this post we are going to share ways to calculate your current freelance average hourly rate and how to find out what it needs to be to live the life you want. Why You Need To Calculate Your Freelance Average Hourly Rate Whether you are freelancing as a side hustle or […]
January 23, 2019
financial planning for freelancers

Financial Planning for Freelancers

Financial Planning for Freelancers As a freelancer, you enjoy all of the freedoms that come with being your own boss. But one aspect of working for yourself always turns out to be trickier than you expected: finances. Not only are you responsible for HR matters like setting aside money for taxes, but you also have to deal with the struggles of a much less predictable income stream than the typical 9-to-5 employee. So before you pull your hair out or have a finance induced anxiety attack, take a deep breath and let our guide to financial planning for freelancers keep you on track. Separate Your Bank Accounts When you first started freelancing, you may have never dreamed that it would […]
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