This Roundup features links related to the financial side of editorial freelancing – what you can earn, what you can save, costs that need to be offset, advertising your rates, considering what and how to charge, and how to handle late payment.
If you know of other money-talk articles that your editorial freelance colleagues would benefit from, particularly those relating to the country in which you live, please let us know in the Comments section.
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