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Invoicing and management

In this section, you can explore all the articles that may be useful to you in relation to invoicing and managing your clients as a freelancer. We are acutely aware that accounting is not always easy to deal with when you are just starting out on your own and, as such, we wanted to make sure that the secrets of managing and invoicing your clients will soon be revealed.

Help your future clients to set appropriate expectations

When you embark on a project to win new clients, it is important to be clear from the start as to what your future clients should expect – and make it clear to them how you will meet those expectations. This can help prevent misunderstandings and conflicts that may arise.

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Managing as a subcontractor

As a freelancer, you may also assume the role of a subcontractor to other freelancers. This scenario requires a specific management approach. There are also specific management requirements to follow when you are faced with a heavy workload and you are obliged to subcontract out some of your orders.

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Paying your taxes as a freelancer

Even as a freelancer, you can’t escape paying tax on your income. Moreover, it is extremely important to be familiar with the solutions that are available and to understand how to manage payment of your taxes. You must be up-to-date with your social security and tax contributions to ensure that your business can continue to develop.

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Invoicing your clients

When starting out as a freelancer, understanding how to invoice your clients is not always straightforward: for instance should you charge per hour or per order? It’s a real dilemma, and we discuss the pros and cons of each approach.

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The best billing software for freelancers

Working as a freelancer also means that you must raise bills for your clients, which will also make doing your accounts much simpler. To do so, we provide an overview of the best billing software, some of which you must pay for, while others are completely free.

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Should you charge for all the work you do?

You may be wondering whether it is necessary to charge for all the work that you perform for your clients. Here, we provide answers to all your questions so that you can operate your business in full compliance with the law.

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Freelancers: making unpaid bills a thing of the past

All work that you perform deserves to be paid for and being made to wait for payments from your clients that never arrive is far from pleasant. That’s why you need to take action to protect yourself against unpaid bills – we reveal the secrets of what you need to do.

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