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There are a few ways to get paid as a freelancer. The most common way is to invoice your client for the work you have done. You can also ask your client to pay you through a third-party payment service like Razorpay, Paypal, and PayU.
With more freelancers joining the cause, somewhere down the road, a fraudulent and immoral code of conduct causes a rift. Freelancers don’t get paid on time!
An unfair behavior, isn’t it? Today, we are here to explain some of the ways to avoid such situations as a freelancer.
Simplify the Payment method for your clients as freelancer
There are a variety of ways to get paid as a freelancer or consultant. The most common methods are:
1. GST Compliant Payable Invoices
Razorpay GST invoices freelancers can customize and can accept advanced payments in just one invoice. Add GST, discounts and shipping details, all in one invoice and let the solution do the calculation for you.
Be sure you know what tax rate you’re subject to for your services as a freelancer. Get GST inclusive and exclusive prices for your services with a GST calculator.
2. Share Payment Links
Freelancers or Individual businesses with a fast settlement or alternate payment, can create and share Payment Links for and provide flexibility to your clients
3. Create Payment Pages
Many freelancers don’t have the technical prowess to strengthen their digital presence via websites and proper landing pages.
Well, it doesn’t matter now. Empower your business with the Razorpay Payment page with complete online onboarding, and minimum documentation, and start transacting within 2 minutes.
4. ePOS App for Freelancers payment
Freelancers, homepreneurs, and Individual businesses can create payment links within minutes using an ePOS App. They can share these links via Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, email, SMS and any other social media platform.
Razorpay ePOS App allows your clients to pay via any mode of their choice, like credit/debit card, net banking, UPI, wallets and more!
Other resources for Freelancer
- GST Registration for Freelancers
- Income Tax Guide For Freelancer
- Freelancer Agreement Guide
- Freelancers copyrights, Trademark and patents