Abbey Woodcock is a copywriter and freelancer coach who has learned first-hand from her own business mistakes. In the beginning, Abbey focused more on her craft than her business, and it ended up costing her thousands of dollars. Abbey shares why project management, legal protection, and financial planning should be some of the most important aspects of running your own freelance business.
Jessica Moorhouse is a millennial money expert. She is an award-winning personal finance blogger and podcast host who teaches millennials and freelancers alike how to manage their finances. On this episode, she breaks down the common misconceptions about finance and talks about what it really means to manage your freelance income.
Andy Johnson is a UI/UX design director and the creator of Harpoon, a finance management app for freelancers. He’s tested out his own financial theories, and he’s here today to talk about goal-based financial planning and how this strategy can help you meet your financial goals this year.
One of the biggest mysteries of running your own business is bookkeeping. What does correct bookkeeping even look like? There’s a massive learning curve that comes with bookkeeping, and many freelancers have to tackle it on their own when they start their business. If your books just aren’t as great as they could be, this episode of Freelance Transformation is for you!
How do you go from a freelancer starting out by accident to ultimately being an agency owner? Eric Covino shares his story and gives advice on how to create a modern small to medium sized agency using contractors.
How do you know whether your building a healthy agency, or making a big mistake? Drew McLellan shares the equations that get an agency on track and keep them there, and the mistakes to avoid.
Do you know how much your freelance business is actually making? And do you have a handle on your various tax obligations? Raj Bhaskar shares what your should be doing to manage your freelancing finances.