It doesn't matter how much you earn because in most instances, as a freelancer, your money usually comes in waves. One month you're making a certain amount, the next month or week it's another. Sometimes your income is substantial for a few months suddenly followed by a huge dip in revenue.
Payments can get quite messy dealing with conversion fees. The value of your currency against the currency you are paid in doesn't always balance out. After all the equations are worked out, you may feel you are not being paid what you're worth.
The Ten Most Stable Currencies In The World Plus 3 - 2021
This post includes the most stable currencies in the world to better help freelancers/self-employed individuals manage their money better.
Let's face it, who would have guessed that freelancing and working-from-home would become so popular; even mandated in some places since recent events. Many freelancers even feel as if they have some type of sixth sense or something. I guess freelancers ARE ahead of the times.
The Differences Between a Freelancer and Remote Worker
You've probably noticed how dramatically the world has transformed. This transformation has been described as “The New World Order.” In this new world, many people envision limited freedoms, a one world currency, diminished privacy, continuous wars, and unadulterated chaos around the globe. For example, the writer of the article The Hunger Games: A Glimpse at the Future? offers a grim view of our future existence.
Many businesses and their employees have been plunged into the teleworking paradigm because of the recent pandemic; and things have not been the same since. In fact, even before the pandemic, the freelance-remote working archetype had become so prevalent, that the U.S. designated August 16 as National Independent Worker Day. How's that for progress!
You're the Boss
Work Technology and Non-Tradition
What the Statistics Reveal
Remote Work Pluses and Minuses - includes 13 subtitles