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Stop leaving money on the table with your freelance rate

Ryan Castillo writes:

When I took on my first client, I had no idea how to set my freelance rate. Asking for too much would make me seem greedy. Asking for too little and I would fall into the trap of being overworked and underpaid. It has taken a couple years, but I’ve finally come up with a system to set a rate that is best for me and my client.

Stop leaving money on the table with your freelance rate

By Josh Richards

Josh is a consulting network/systems/cloud engineer, freelance high stakes IT project manager, and former technology executive. He has consulted on information technology matters for over twenty-five years. In 2006, consulting became his sole source of income (just before the global financial crisis). His blog focuses on helping solo technical consultants build businesses that reflect their financial and lifestyle goals.