Making the most of your income to maintain healthy finances is one of the main challenges that freelancers face. Bad practices such as spending on aspects that are not necessary, assigning yourself a very high salary or inconsistent with the income of the business and mixing the money company-person, are some errors that put your financial well-being in the red.
Be clear about your dream and how far you want to go with your business. It is important to think big, be ambitious in a positive but rational way, and above all to be orderly in financial execution.
- Set short-term and long-term goals
These must be concrete and measurable.
Whether on a personal level or in a business, having a budget will help you keep track of what your payment obligations are.
If you have an enterprise that is starting, growing or already advanced, assign yourself a salary that is consistent with the position you perform, the tasks you perform and especially with the budget that your company has.
Keep track of income and expenses with an accountant to comply with regulatory obligations, for this it is necessary to save all invoices.
- Separate business and personal accounts
This way it will be easier to keep track of your income and expenses. On the other hand, identify your customers, what their needs are and offer products or services focused on solving them, this will help you differentiate yourself from your competition.
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- Reduce expenses and analyze debts
Identify the one that charges the most interest to get out of it first, or seek advice on other alternatives such as consolidating debts, will help improve your liquidity.