Seasonal Stress: Managing Boom And Bust Cycles For Freelancers

In a perfect world, freelancers would have steady work from grateful clients. There would never be too little work to make ends meet, and there would never be too much work to humanly handle. Surprise! We don’t live in a perfect world. Freelancing is notorious for...

Venmo For Couples: Handling Expenses With Your Partner

Venmo for couples
Venmo is a popular mobile app that allows you to quickly send and request money from friends. It doesn’t matter what bank they use or what credit cards they have; Venmo makes things fast (with an added dash of social networking fun). Unsurprisingly, Venmo...

Don’t Buy Cheap Clothes

A word of advice: Even if you're broke, don't buy cheap clothes. Buying cheap clothes might be cheaper in the short run, but it will cost you much more over the years. More expensive quality clothing--not just clothing that's more expensive, but clothing that's made...

Personal Budget Plans For 1099ers & Freelancers

Personal Budget Plans For Freelancers And 1099ers
Self-employed folks, freelancers, moonlighters: Making a budget is one of the most important things you can do to become amazing at your job. But there’s just one thing that makes it a bit more difficult…. If you’re working for yourself, you need to create...

The Basics Of Personal Finance For Freelancers

Noone has to be broke. Becoming a money rockstar has to do with three connecting things: Making money, spending money, and saving money. If you don’t have enough money in your pocket, odds are that you’re going wrong with one of these. But that’s...

Yes, You Need An Emergency Fund

Yes, You Need An Emergency Fund
So… I always feel like a wet blanket talking about savings and emergency funds. But here’s the sad, necessary truth: If you’re self-employed, you need an emergency fund. More specifically, anyone who’s freelancing or self-employed needs to have at least several months salary stashed inside...

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