Today we have a post from Billing Boss, an online invoicing system that is designed to streamline the process. Peter Liao, the Director of Product Management for the company was kind enough to share some of the facts with us so that writers can get a better idea of what this tool is all about:
1. What is Billing Boss and why should freelance writers use it?
Billing Boss is an online invoicing tool that lets users create, send and manage their invoices. It helps them keep track of paid and unpaid invoices, outstanding invoices and record payments so that the user can have a centralized view of their incoming cash flow and outstanding balances.
Users of Billing Boss are able have all their customer information in one place and, if they have a merchant account, they can process payments online in order to reduce collection time.
Billing Boss offers advanced features such as recurring invoices and quotes (for free) as part of the basic plan. Users are able to send unlimited invoices and quotes—to unlimited customers.
2. How much does it cost?
Billing Boss is free. There are no hidden fees or charges after X number of invoices or users.
3. What are some of the add-ons you can get if you upgrade?
Users of Billing Boss can use Sage Payment Solutions or PayPal Basic to get paid online for free. If the user has a Cybersource, Moneris, Authorize.net, E-xact or Beanstream merchant account, they can choose to upgrade to Payment Plus for $5.00 a month and use their existing merchant account to get paid.
4. How does Billing Boss make sure the information people input is secure?
Billing Boss uses 256K military grade encryption to secure our data.
5. Where can freelance writers sign up for this?
Users can visit Billing Boss directly at www.billingboss.com to sign up.
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