Tax season is almost wrapped up. Unless you filed for an extension, have state or other local taxes due after mid April, or do quarterly filings. So maybe it’s not wrapped up.
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Leave behind suggests you’re actually seeing the client in person, something I don’t think I’ve done in years.
Prevention and good hiring helps too.
More discussion on the hourly vs fixed price choice.
More on naming.
Mike Monteiro’s book, “Design is a Job” talked about a client screener, here it is.
To help minimize the feast or famine cycle.
I didn’t see this in time for taxes this year, but probably useful if you’re just starting the freelance game.
The tax man cameth, well, the Federal Tax Man did. My state Tax Man is May 1.
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