You probably chose your career path as a freelancer in order to pursue a passion—writing or design or IT consulting. Or, you might have started freelancing because it provided a level of freedom that you weren’t able to get in a regular nine-to-five job. Whatever your rationale, you probably didn’t decide to become a freelancer because you wanted to do bookkeeping and financial reporting.
Unfortunately, this part of the freelance life is unavoidable. From tracking mileage, to sending invoices, to paying estimated quarterly taxes, staying on top of your finances is not only important for the financial health of your business, it is also required by law. Fortunately, there are a number of cloud-based accounting software options that help minimize the amount of time you spend on tracking it all, and increase the quality of your financial-based decisions.
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