A standard feature of being a freelancer is not having a consistent income stream. But not having a permanent employer can actually be turned into an advantage.
In our previous articles, we covered how filing ITR can be beneficial for freelancers in so many ways. We also covered some basics of taxation for freelancers
We all know that remote working has encouraged more and more individuals to choose freelancing as a way to earn income, either part-time or full-time.
If you think that filing income tax returns (ITR) are not relevant to you because you are not permanently employed with a company, this post is for you.
As a freelancer, onboarding a client is the very first step to having a successful working relationship, and in turn, a successful business. Onboarding a client
Selling digital products like E-books, PDFs, Templates, Pre-recorded videos and more, is an important channel for freelancers and coaches to add consistency to their income.
As a coach or freelancer, it is natural for you to want to acquire new clients with the aim of growing your venture.
As a freelancer or coach, you are likely to encounter moments in your journey when you want to consider upping your service fees. Sometimes,
Uncertain About Consistent Cash Flow From Your Independent Service Business? These 4 Tips Will Have You Covered.
Cash flow is the lifeblood of any business venture. But when you are all on your own, cash flow is literally the most important aspect that keeps your business afloat
We all know that freelancing is one of the most sought after working formats in the world right now. But starting your own freelancing venture may seem daunting.