As a freelancer, you must have a contract with your clients to protect your rights and provide security for the clients requesting your service. It also helps build trust in your brand and improve their experience in working with you. It also makes your business look legitimate, especially with the government when you file your taxes and during dispute cases, if there is any.
If you haven’t used contracts before in your freelance work or you want to revise your current agreement, here are the 10 things you need to include:
Work description and services rendered – This part should list down the project scope of the project, where it will be used, how long you propose it will be worked for, and what services will be done for the project.
Payment terms – For this section, you will need to list your rates and how the client can pay…
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