The topic of money played a big role in our book The Wealthy Freelancer. But our money discussions centered on how to boost your income for every hour you worked in your business. That way you could earn the same or more in less time, freeing up precious hours to do all the other things you want to do in life.
Where we left off was how to manage your cash flow. We knew that this was a much bigger topic — one that required a comprehensive discussion. So we spent half a chapter covering some of the basics while urging you to consult other sources for more specialized information.
Well…that’s where The Money Book for Freelancers, Part-Timers, and the Self-Employed comes in. This new book — written by Joseph D’Agnese and Denise Kiernan, two very successful freelancers — is an absolute must-read for any independent worker out there.
In the first few chapters, you’ll be exposed to some very practical tools for forecasting your earnings and managing your cash. You’ll be able to create a “spending identity statement” (very helpful!). And you’ll have the clarity you need to:
Identify your financial goals
Categorize those goals to look for trends
Prioritize your goals as a step toward building an action plan
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