Longtime solo designer, Jennifer Wilkerson of Albany-based Aurora Design, generously shares the practical plan she uses to put money away for taxes, retirement, new equipment AND a regular draw.
In this live webinar for PhotoShelter.com on Feb 19 at 4 PM ET, Ilise Benun shares best practices for talking money with clients. This talk is geared toward photographers and other creative pros who are relatively new to working with clients and their budgets directly.
June Walker on why and how the creatively self employed cheat themselves when it comes to taxes. Hear more on how not to at CFC 2013 June 22-24 in SF
An article in Crain's NY Business features MBA's and MD's now going freelance. Will this help to remove the stigma from the word "freelance"?
Jessica Hische, intrepid freelance letterer and illustrator, will present "The Dark Art of Pricing" at CFC (June 22-24, 2013 in SF) Here's a taste of what she'll be talking about, with her infamous foul mouth, no doubt!
What are the pros and cons of the 4 pricing strategies for creative services: time-based (hourly), project-based, package-based and retainer-based?
If you couldn't attend my Business Bootcamp at the HOW Interactive Design Conference in San Francisco last month, you're in luck. I've turned it into a 2-week online course that starts January 14. Sign up now and use my personal promo code for $40 off: IBENUN.
A few approaches on how freelancers can train existing clients to expect a rate increase.
December is the perfect time to raise your rates and here are some tips for how to do so with new clients.
From a lively debate on the CFC LinkedIn Group, the pros and cons of pricing hourly vs. fixed fee. Which strategy works best for you?