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Finance For Freelancers

Do you love the idea of freelancing but feel at sea when it comes to the money stuff??

First, you need to know you’re not the only one (not by a long shot).

Next, you need to read Finance for Freelancers.

If you’re serious about growing a business that supports your lifestyle and means you never have to have a ‘real job’ again, you can’t ignore the dollar signs.

Co-authored by a freelancer and an experienced accountant, Finance for Freelancers is packed with helpful tips on:

Setting up your business.

Setting your prices.

Making sure you get paid.

Creating a budget.

What to do about tax.

Paying your bills AND paying yourself.

Protecting your business.


Upbeat, entertaining and straight to the point, Finance for Freelancers is the essential guide for any Australian freelancers who want to make the most of the gig economy with confidence.

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We have a couple:

Clea Sherman - Six Figure Freelancer Australia

About Clea

Clea Jones (formerly Sherman) has never been able to do sums in her head but she likes to play around with words.

After an early career as a radio producer and as a digital product manager for Yahoo!, Clea started helping small businesses in 2015 by creating awesome written content.

Now that she’s in the groove of freelancing, Clea has a side focus of helping people follow a similar path so they can capture the work-life balance unicorn and make enough money to be able to afford a car from this century.

Based on Sydney’s Northern Beaches, Clea is raising two boys and is obsessed with LEGO right now. Finance for Freelancers is her first book.

Scott Trevethan - Financial Fanatics

About Scott

Over the course of his career as a Chartered Accountant, Scott has worked for major corporations and operated his own businesses. He even has a Diploma as a Financial Planner.

Ever the entrepreneur, Scott established his international practice Financial Fanatics in 2016. Operating out of The Philippines, his business now employs over 70 qualified accountants, bookkeepers and virtual CFOs who are on a mission to improve the financial support experienced by small and medium-sized businesses in Australia and beyond.

Based in Melbourne, Scott is father to two sons and is getting his sea legs as skipper of his yacht, Tenacity.


The first five steps to start your freelance career. Request access to this course and start your new life today.

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