Hello Hello F22 crew!
One of the biggest hurdles being a freelancer is money. More importantly…How am I going to get the money I need to pay bills with? And how do I make sure that with a freelancer ebb and flow I’ll always pay my bills on time?
Trust me..I’ve been there and had the freak out about it. There are a thousand and one books about budgeting, but most hardly any of them address the issues that a freelancer has! These are some of the tips and tricks I’ve either used, or heard and thought were really good!
Income reports are a tricky subject. On one hand; I love to read them. They inspire me and allow me to root for my favorite bloggers/freelancers. I get to check in on them like an old friend and see how they’ve progressed since last month!
I feel like each month I do these I get more and more comfortable with it. A. because my viewership isn’t that high so it’s not like I’m bragging to everyone I knew in highschool. And B. I’ve gotten some good feedback from other freelancers about how it’s opened their eyes to potential income streams. As I always say, success (and the internet) are not finite resources-there are plenty to go around!
So! That brings us to the fourth installment of Mar’s monthly income reports.
Hello Hello F22 Crew!
We know that I’m a self-employed freelancer, but you may not know that a lot of my blog posts actually start out as questions that I have myself about the world! So when I realized my taxes situation was going to drastically change in 2019, I started to do some research. Doing taxes and understanding them for a 9-5 is hard, let alone for freelancing or a situation where you may do both! So these were my main questions, and what I’ve come to understand about them. I hope this helps you navigate the world a little easier!