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Freelance Writing Tip: 2/23/2008

How do you prefer to receive payment for the freelance writing projects that you complete? If you want to give yourself the chance to make as much money as possible, you should be open to several different payment methods. After all, the more flexible you are, the more clients you will be able to work with.

Personally, PayPal is my number one method for receiving funds. I receive approximately 95 percent of payments this way. Although there are some freelance writers who do not like PayPal, I urge you to give it a try. Sure, there are some horror stories about this service, but in the end it is the most efficient way of getting paid.

From time to time, I also receive money via check and bank wire. During most months I receive two to four checks in the mail, as well as one bank wire. The bank wire is a great method for receiving money because you don’t have to do a thing. Simply sit back and wait for the money to arrive in your account. Additionally, checks are not bad either, but you do have to spend time going to the bank to make a deposit, etc. The nice thing about being paid by check is that you will not get hit with any PayPal or bank wire fees; this means more money for you.

Be open to any method that a client offers. You do not want to lose out on a lucrative job because you can’t agree on how to receive payment.

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