Kim earns $7,000 to $10,000 a month as a product launch VA. Here’s how she got started and grew her business.
Do you love spending hours creating and sending invoices to your freelance clients every month?
How about tediously tracking all of your business income and expenses in a spreadsheet?
Do you find yourself dreading totaling up your information during tax time?
If none of these things sound like fun to you, you need to use FreshBooks.
But the one thing about freelancing that I absolutely hate (besides self-employment taxes) is paying PayPal fees.
PayPal fees are so irritating to me. I hate it when I send out my invoices for freelance work I’ve completed only to have a chunk of my income taken away by PayPal.
For the longest time, I wondered if there were any legitimate ways to help decrease PayPal fees so I could keep more of my freelance income. After a year of working my business online, I’ve come up with a few strategies to decrease my PayPal fees. Now I’m sharing them with you so you can keep more of your money too!