Dr. Andy Khawaja of Allied Wallet, a global FinTech company offering various payment solutions in 196 countries, was recently featured in a new Forbes article titled “11 Financial Tips Every Freelancer Should Follow.”
Dr. Andy Khawaja, Founder of Allied Wallet, was inducted as a member of the Forbes Finance Council to bring a wealth of experience, success, and knowledge to the group and its readership.
He has been featured in over 100 publications around the world for his contributions to technology, society, and economic growth, and his most notable success has been with FinTech giant, Allied Wallet.
The focus of this Forbes article is the shift in the global economy and culture. Forbes highlights how the way we look at “traditional” work is changing, and many people are choosing to work part-time or full-time while freelancing for a living.
Freelancing as a source of primary income or even as supplemental income can be a risk. Forbes mentions, “Self-employed individuals must handle their own taxes, savings, healthcare expenses, etc. which can be both an emotional and financial burden.”
In order to offer some advice and assistance to freelancers, Forbes released this list of tips. Andy Khawaja of Allied Wallet was featured in tip #11, advising freelancers and entrepreneurs to carefully scale their growth and not grow beyond their means too quickly.
“…only allow yourself what you can handle to maintain quality,” Dr. Khawaja said, “…make sure you create as many opportunities as you can. Every business has its peaks and valleys, but with more opportunities, you’ll have higher peaks and fewer valleys.”
As a mentor for many entrepreneurs around the world, Andy Khawaja has always leveraged his company and its success to help the entrepreneurial community. This tip along with Forbes article offers great pointers for freelancers everywhere.