Just what I've been looking for!
Since I've started using Cashboard to manage projects I've noticed it's saved me at least 5 hours of paperwork — per-week.
Now I’m able to spend more of my day doing what I enjoy, instead of fighting with confusing software.
— Kristin Bowen, Doghouse Pet Portraits
Have an organization problem? Stay on track with simple, or structured to-do lists. Your whole team can collaborate.
Cashboard project management software adapts to your workflow.
Never lose a billable hour or expense again.
Cashboard time tracking software runs in the cloud. You can clock in and out with a click, or enter previous time in a weekly timesheet.
Ever forgot who owed you money? We can solve that for you.
Cashboard invoice software shows you who owes what, when it's due, and sends your clients friendly reminders.
Hate waiting for checks in the mail? We can help.
Cashboard lets you accept online payments from clients — which has been proven to increase payment speed by at least 50%.
We've been using Cashboard for a few years and it's dramatically improved the way we track time and invoice our customers.
Prior to Cashboard we were using a combination of timer applications, Excel spreadsheets and Quickbooks.
Now, after meeting with a customer to discuss their interior design project, we can create a professional looking estimate and send it off to our customers within a few minutes. No messing with Word Documents or creating PDFs required.
Once we have a customer sign on, all of the designers on our team can accurately track how much time they have spent working on a project. At the end of the month, we can quickly create an invoice that includes all time tracked that month and email the invoice to the customer and accept payments using PayPal.
Without Cashboard, we'd be using 3-4 systems to complete the same tasks and the entire process would take longer and would be less accurate. Thanks Cashboard for providing such a solid product!
As a freelancer, choosing a clearly defined niche has a range of benefits. It simplifies your marketing and gives you the option of targeting more lucrative projects.
On the other hand, being told you must choose a niche when you start your freelance career can be paralyzing. Without experience, it’s difficult to know which services you’ll be best at or which clients you’ll most enjoy working with.
Do you really need to choose a niche? Let’s take a look at the pros and cons, so you can decide for yourself.
When it comes to organizing your workflow, freelancing is a completely different ballgame than having a regular job.
As a freelancer, you’re responsible for your own work schedule and productivity. The possibilities for how you could spend your time can seem overwhelming.
You might be wondering: Is the life of a freelancer really so hard?
We live in a society where money is often a taboo topic.
As such, when you’re launching a freelance business, deciding what to charge clients can be an agonizing dilemma.
While we can’t tell you exactly what to charge, there are some pointers that will help you work out a fair rate for your services.