I seem to write a lot on this blog about accounting, which is ironic because I don't like the subject much. What's really amazing though, is that after going through a lot of different agencies (and the really laborious processes that comes with moving between them), they have all sucked.
There are little things that I learn in this job almost every single day. Sometimes they're just handy bits of information or useful resources, other times they're real eye openers to things I've been doing wrong. I thought it might be useful to write some down in case anyone else
Alright, so this isn't the most thrilling post-title ever. Hell, if you clicked through from Twitter then you must be either very loyal, or very bored. Accounting isn't fun and it isn't particularly interesting but it's important. For legal reasons I should mention that I'm not an accountant; anything written
Grab a coffee, get comfortable and make sure you read this post in full. It's dawned on me in the last couple of days that I've screwed up my pricing big time. I've made a really obvious mistake that's meant I've been losing 80% of all my money. The Phases
This post originally started out as a comment that I was going to leave on this article over at FreelaceSwitch, but after a couple of paragraphs I decided that it was something that I cared enough about to turn into a full article. It's a really great post about new
I extended the competition by 24 hours, but the results are now in and the winners have been chosen and verified. First of all I'd like to say a huge thank you to the awesome guys over at FreeAgent for all of their support, and another big thank you to