How to Use Invoice Automation to Take the Pressure off Invoicing
Invoicing is the worst. But it doesn’t need to be this way. Invoice automation can help.
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Since freelancing is often a solo endeavor, credit cards emerge as the best option to help with the spending when funds are in limbo.
And not only do credit cards give you lots of purchasing power, but they also offer rewards programs that result in points, discounts, or even frequent flyer miles!
That said, freelancers need all the help they can get.
Here are the 5 best credit cards that freelancers can use today while waiting for invoices to come in:
To start, the chase freedom card’s main selling point is that you earn 5% cashback in all purchases from the bonus categories each quarter of the year your card is active (up to $1,500).
This means that in each quarter throughout the year, you’ll receive 5% of you’re money spent on the quarter’s bonus categories (up to $1,500) once it ends. For example, one of these current quarter’s bonuses is gas stations, and you’ll make your 5% cashback after March 14th, 2020. There is a 5% cashback calendar you can view as well to help you plan out your earnings
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Capital One’s Quicksilver card has many appealing attributes. Just to name a few off the bat, your cashback will never expire during the accounts lifetime, there isn’t a limit to what you can earn, and you don’t need to do any extra sign-ups to earn rewards. This is a great long term credit card option as you will earn money back for life in an unlimited quantity. Also, after applying, there isn’t any excess work you have to do to start earning your desired rewards.
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Discover It Cash Back’s credit card has an intro offer that is far too good to pass up: Discover will match all the cashback you’ve earned at the end of your first year, regardless of how much was earned.
If you’re spending habits are planned outright, expect a lot of cash coming back your way at the end of the first year. According to John Kiernan, the average person earns $525 back after the first year with Discover it Cash Back.
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Maybe you’re still in school while freelancing and perhaps you drive quite a bit?
With Discover it Student Chrome you can get 2% cashback from purchases at gas stations and restaurants combined up to $1000 for each quarter. The average college student drives the second most out of any other age group so this credit card would be a great option to go along with you’re freelancing duties.
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The Capital One SavorOne Cash Rewards card is filled with cashback opportunities. In fact, you can receive cashback from many different categories: you earn 3% on dining and entertainment purchases, 2% at grocery stores, and finally 1% on all other products. And to top it off, this lasts for life and there is no limit to how much you can earn.
Whether you have bad credit or excellent credit, there are plenty of credit card options that can take the load of many of your purchases and give back to you at the same time with their unique rewards. However, credit cards are only one avenue of financial assistance.
With And.Co, you get a robust invoicing platform that keeps track of your funds, while giving you complete control to map out your future finances with ease. To learn more about And.Co and start earning money on your own terms, click here to sign up!
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