1. Find the Right Clients to Work With
You can protect your work by conducting quick checks when a project is offered to you.
2. Have Written Proof or Contract
Have written proof confirming the project details you and your client agreed upon. Always start working AFTER signing the contract.
3. Promptly Send the Invoice Follow Up
Soon after completion, send an invoice, and include all pertinent information. If clients don't pay on time, remind them by following up.
4. Keep All Your Records Organized
You need to keep your work schedule organized so you can keep track of things like when you should send an invoice.