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Are you a freelancer who needs help when it comes to going about how and when to get compensated for your work?
Welcome freelancers to our ultimate guide for invoicing and getting paid.
Are you working for charity? Didn’t think so. With that said, let’s get you PAID!
We’ve put together a simple guide to help freelancers stay compliant with the law AND get paid on time. Including:
- What to include in your invoice so you never screw up and always get paid on time
- A sample invoice to follow every time
- The best invoicing software for freelancers
- Tips for freelance invoicing to get paid faster and make life easier
Sound cool? That’s because IT IS!
1. What Should Freelancers Include on Their Invoice?
There’s an issue that most freelancers don’t understand when it comes to invoicing: The person who pays you is usually NOT the person you work with.
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One day you come into work and find out some interesting news, the name of your organization has changed. While you still report to the same incredible manager, your real question is, “who is their boss”?
While you wait for HR to map out the new corporate structure, what can you do? Why not ask around and build it yourself using Canva’s easy to use org-chart builder.
Canva’s incredible tool is also dedicated to the HR folk and project managers out there. The real soldiers tasked with making sense of all the new names on your roster.