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Freelancer Toolkit Volume 1

As freelancers, we need tools to keep track of accounting, find royalty free content, follow up with prospects, scheduling, and much much more. Our goal is to help you to find all of those things with ease. Here is a list of great tools that we know will help move you forward.

Wave HQ: The fastest-growing software for small business accounting, invoicing, credit card processing and more.
FreshBooks: Small business accounting software that makes billing painless. Automate following up with clients for payments.
Xero: Beautiful accounting software that integrates with 500+ business apps like Squarespace, PayPal, Squareand more.

Freelancelift: Advice, support, community and a clear path for your growing freelance business.
LocalSolo Freelance: Find the top freelancers in your city.
Freelancers Union: Community of 350,000 freelancers. Find health insurance, join in-person freelancer events, and more.

Free Stock Resources
Freepik: Helps you find free vectors, photos, illustrations, and PSD files that you can use in your web, banners, presentations, magazines, ads, etc.
Pixabay – Free Images: Repository for outstanding public domain images.
Unsplash: Free (do whatever you want) hi-resolution photos.

Colors The super fast color schemes generator, just press the spacebar!

Font Squirrel: Free, commercial fonts and web-fonts. Web and desktop fonts from the world’s best foundries, including Monotype, Linotype, ITC & more.

Invisionapp: The world’s leading product design platform. We power the product design process for over 70% of Fortune 100 companies worldwide.
Marvel App: Turn your sketches and images into realistic prototypes for any device and get feedback. No coding required. Create fully-interactive high-fidelity prototypes in minutes that look and work exactly like your app should.

Time Tracking
Toggl: online timer which offers simple and free web based time tracking, powerful reports and timesheet export.

What are some of your favorite resources?