By Karol K

This may come of as a surprise, but I’m NOT about to discuss using Excel for budgeting, estimating rates or any other stuff related to your finances as a freelancer. I think that you’ve got that part pretty figured out. In the end, this is what Excel is mostly used for … to help people manage their finances better.

This post, therefore, is going to be a little different. I promise to make the list much less obvious and also really handy at the same time.

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Written by lyceum
673 days ago

Interesting way of using a spreadsheet. I will take a look at it and see if I can use it in my work. The challenge is that the spreadsheet is not designed and optimized for large chunk of text material. Do you know about other tools for this kind of job?



Written by BizRock
674 days ago

Freelance writers must look for and earn their own writing projects, be their own bosses, and schedule their own lives around their careers. This is big help for all freelance writers,much relief for them!



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