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A Better Way to Handle Late Payments

Ditch the stress and frustration with this two-step system

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Late payments create two problems for freelancers. If you rely on that money to pay your bills and a check is late, it impacts your cash flow. This creates stress and can lead to additional negative consequences, like late fees from bills that weren’t paid on time.




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Lindsey Danis

Lindsey Danis

Writer. Traveler. Queer. Passionate about self employment, LGBTQ finance and the writing life. Visit me at

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