What is one thing that freelancers struggle with, you ask?
You’ll be surprised that a good number find it hard to apply for their very own credit card. I’m all for maintaining financial health, meaning not spending more than you earn, but there are times when having a credit card comes in handy. Case in point – booking for flights online, hotel reservations, hospital bills and even your monthly groceries. This post will offer a solution or alternative to this common freelancer problem.
As the most-awaited freelancing event of the year comes nearer each day, we are pleased to have been given the chance to get to know our sponsors deeper. Freelancing Forum Philippines, now on Year 2, is looking forward to have the community widen up its network. Freelancers of the same passion and skills; and companies whose platforms have created an impact on our freelancing journey (and success!) all in one roof. Amazing!
PayPal has been named as one of the fastest, easiest and most popular options to receive online payments in the world. This American company, if some of you haven’t heard or isn’t very much familiar with yet, provides an electronic payment system famously used as alternative with bank money transfer method.
When it comes to freelancing, one may face issues and bucketful of questions regarding the most important subject: payment. Many fund transfer systems and processes were established to cater businesses found and maintained on the virtual world. Local Fund Transfer, PayPal, Payoneer or Skrill, just to name a few. However, with various choices come the next question: which exactly, is the best of them all?