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  1. March 3, 2016

    I really need to learn how to use Quickbooks! I think it would really help me out too! =)

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  2. March 4, 2016

    Great tips, Amanda! I’ve been thinking about an iPad and also starting to get serious about tracking my freelance income. Great suggestions and, as always, great inspiration!

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  3. March 6, 2016
    Lauren says

    While I am not currently a business owner (maybe someday!!), I do work from home for my main job as well as for my freelance work. I definitely agree about the reliable/fast internet!! Upgrading my router was one of the best things I could have done for myself.

    I LOVE my iPad mini! I do wish I could find a keyboard case that I like for it (every one I tried made me feel like I had giant hands) but it’s GREAT for going to meetings so I don’t have to take my laptop (or hand write notes and then have to type them into Evernote later). I especially love an app called Duet – it allows me to use my iPad as a dual screen with my laptop. I’m told you can do this automatically with Apple computers, but work provides me with a Dell laptop to Duet makes it easy for me to have multiple screens.

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  4. March 16, 2016

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  5. December 29, 2016

    Most freelancers work from home and will be working for clients from different parts of the world. Glad that I found this article. It is the perfect guide for a freelance on how to utilize technology.

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