It’s frustrating to work hard and don’t get paid.
You’ll find this article very helpful, if you often have to deal with clients who don’t pay you on time or don’t pay you at all!
Most of the time it’s your fault and not the client’s that you’ve worked for nothing.
Find out how you won’t lose money again.
Nonpayment should never be an issue. If someone hires you it’s only logical that they should pay you. Sadly, this is not the case. Mostly it’s because many freelancers work without contracts. Never do this. Always have a contract so you have legal recourse should things go sour.
3. The Crooked One
These people just don’t pay you. For this reason, it’s important to include a clause in your contract requiring a certain percentage up front (go as high as 50 percent) before work commences and the remainder upon delivery. This way, if they end up disappearing, at least you got half of the money owed to you.
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