Freelance Writing Payroll Services Jobs for Accounting & Finance industry

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The Importance of Financial Reporting
Blog Posts
Accounting & Finance
750 words

SummaryLearn why financial reporting is crucial for businesses and investors.OutlineProvides tran...

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The Role of Technology in Modern Accounting
Blog Posts
Accounting & Finance
750 words

SummaryDiscover how technology is transforming the accounting profession and streamlining financi...

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Banking Industry Headed into its AI Age
Blog Posts
Accounting & Finance
750 words

Banking stands on the threshold of a new era, similar to the start of the Digital Age.Like digita...

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Financial Reporting for Small Businesses: Simplified Guidelines
Blog Posts
Accounting & Finance
900 words

SummaryDiscover simplified guidelines for small business owners to effectively handle financial r...

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Essential Oils for Dogs
Blog Posts
Accounting & Finance
900 words

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The Hidden Costs of DIY Payroll Management
Blog Posts
Accounting & Finance
900 words

SummaryUncover the hidden costs associated with managing payroll internally instead of using prof...

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The Role of Technology in Enhancing Financial Reporting
Blog Posts
Accounting & Finance
900 words

SummaryExplore how technological advancements are revolutionizing financial reporting processes.O...

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Choosing Between In-House Payroll vs. Outsourced Payroll Services
Blog Posts
Accounting & Finance
900 words

SummaryCompare the pros and cons of managing payroll in-house versus outsourcing to a service pro...

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Why We Use QuickBooks Online to Manage Bookkeeping for Nonprofit Clients
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Accounting & Finance
850 words

This post was originally written/published in spring of 2021. Please update to 2024 standards, id...

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Budgeting 101: Creating and Managing a Successful Budget
Blog Posts
Accounting & Finance
900 words

SummaryLearn the fundamentals of budgeting and how to create and manage an effective budget for p...

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The Future of Accounting: Trends and Predictions
Blog Posts
Accounting & Finance
900 words

SummaryDiscover emerging trends and predictions shaping the future of the accounting profession.O...

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Payroll Services for Nonprofit Organizations: Meeting Unique Needs
Blog Posts
Accounting & Finance
900 words

SummaryLearn about specialized payroll services designed to meet the requirements of nonprofit or...

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The Future of Accounting: Trends and Predictions
Blog Posts
Accounting & Finance
750 words

SummaryExamine emerging trends and technologies shaping the future of the accounting profession.O...

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what is a va mortgage
AI Blog Posts
Accounting & Finance
2000 words

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What are the disadvantages of a VA loan?
AI Blog Posts
Accounting & Finance
900 words

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Should I Get a Business Credit Card - Ramp: #2 of #8 (12/09)
Blog Posts
Accounting & Finance
1700 words

Overall purpose:1000-1400 words total (word counts per section are suggested, not required)Headin...

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What are expenses in accounting? - Ramp: #8 of #8 (12/09)
Blog Posts
Accounting & Finance
1250 words

Overall purpose:1000-1400 words total (word counts per section are suggested, not required)Headin...

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How does reconciliation in accounting work? - Ramp: #7 of #8 (12/09)
Blog Posts
Accounting & Finance
1250 words

Overall purpose:1000-1400 words total (word counts per section are suggested, not required)Headin...

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Guide to Company Travel & Expense Management - Ramp: #6 of #8 (12/09)
Blog Posts
Accounting & Finance
1800 words

Overall purpose:1500-2000 words total (word counts per section are suggested, not required)Headin...

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What Is Business Spend Management (BSM)? - Ramp: #5 of #8 (12/09)
Blog Posts
Accounting & Finance
1800 words

Overall purpose:1500-2000 words total (word counts per section are suggested, not required)Headin...

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What Is A Travel Management Company? - Ramp: #4 of #8 (12/09)
Blog Posts
Accounting & Finance
1250 words

Overall purpose:1000-1400 words total (word counts per section are suggested, not required)Headin...

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How To Calculate and Report Business Revenue - Ramp: #3 of #8 (12/09)
Blog Posts
Accounting & Finance
1825 words

Overall purpose:1500-2000 words total (word counts per section are suggested, not required)Headin...

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How To Use Business Credit Card - Ramp #1 of #8: (12/09)
Blog Posts
Accounting & Finance
1250 words

Overall purpose:1000-1400 words total (word counts per section are suggested, not required)Headin...

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Financial Risk Management: Strategies for Mitigating Business Risks
Blog Posts
Accounting & Finance
900 words

SummaryLearn about effective financial risk management techniques to safeguard businesses from po...

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Accounting for Small Businesses
Blog Posts
Accounting & Finance
900 words

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LinkedIn Ads Ad Copy for Ethan Fedida
Ad Copy
Accounting & Finance
625 words

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Ramp #1 of 3 - (11/25): Expense Tracker For Business
Blog Posts
Accounting & Finance
1150 words

Overall purpose:1000-1400 words total (word counts per section are suggested, not required)Headin...

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Ramp #2 of 3 - (11/25): Depreciation Expense
Blog Posts
Accounting & Finance
1150 words

Overall purpose:1000-1400 words total (word counts per section are suggested, not required)Headin...

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Ramp #3 of 3 (11/25): Accept ACH Payments
Blog Posts
Accounting & Finance
1150 words

Overall purpose:1000-1400 words total (word counts per section are suggested, not required)Headin...

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Payroll Services vs. Payroll Software: Which is Right for You?
Blog Posts
Accounting & Finance
725 words

SummaryCompare the pros and cons of using payroll services versus payroll software.OutlinePayroll...

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Financial Reporting for Small Businesses: Challenges and Solutions
Blog Posts
Accounting & Finance
775 words

SummaryAddress the unique challenges faced by small businesses in financial reporting and suggest...

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Recession Fears - How to Build a Recession-Proof Financial Strategy
Blog Posts
Accounting & Finance
900 words

Please note that this piece MUST be delivered for $900. If this impacts the length or if a simple...

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Ramp #6 of 6: What Is Expense Management? (11/23) - needs title
Blog Posts
Accounting & Finance
1150 words

Overall purpose:1000-1400 words total (word counts per section are suggested, not required)Headin...

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Ramp #5 of 6: Miscellaneous Expenses (11/23) - needs title
Blog Posts
Accounting & Finance
1150 words

Overall purpose:1000-1400 words total (word counts per section are suggested, not required)Headin...

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Ramp #4 of 6: Incidental Expenses (11/23) - need title
Blog Posts
Accounting & Finance
1150 words

Overall purpose:1000-1400 words total (word counts per section are suggested, not required)Headin...

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Ramp #3 of 6: Writing Off Business Expenses (11/23) - needs
Blog Posts
Accounting & Finance
1150 words

Overall purpose:1000-1400 words total (word counts per section are suggested, not required)Headin...

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Ramp #2 of 6: What are Business Expenses? Types & Examples (11/23) - needs title
Blog Posts
Accounting & Finance
1150 words

Overall purpose:1000-1400 words total (word counts per section are suggested, not required)Headin...

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Ramp #1 of 6: Fixed vs. Variable Expenses (11/23) - needs title
Blog Posts
Accounting & Finance
1150 words

Overall purpose:1000-1400 words total (word counts per section are suggested, not required)Headin...

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Financial Management System Software: Features and Benefits
Blog Posts
Accounting & Finance
900 words

This blog post can delve into the features and advantages of a financial management system. Disc...

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Ramp #4 of 5: Expense policy and template (10/10/23) (needs title)
Blog Posts
Accounting & Finance
1175 words

Sorry, I must have pasted expense receipt outline in both the one you completed and the other one...

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Creating your optimal profile as an accounting and finance freelance writer

Your writer profile will be the first thing that potential clients see about you when looking for a content expert to deliver on their finance freelance writing jobs. Every writer must upload a photo, and it's our recommendation you use a well-lit photo cropped in on your face with you smiling.

Writing your bio should be treated as if you're writing your writer's byline. It's best to write this with a neutral tone that highlights your professional writing achievements and why you're a great fit for accounting freelance writing jobs. It's okay to include some of your interests. However, try to imagine what it would look like should your bio end up in a reputable journal.

Your profile will also include your writing samples. Include samples of other finance freelance writing jobs that you've completed in the past to showcase your expertise. If you're new to freelance writing or don't have any samples, you can write a spec article and post it on your LinkedIn profile or personal blog and submit that as a sample.

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How to create long-term relationships with clients on Scripted

One of the best advantages of building a freelance writing career on Scripted is the opportunity to build long-term relationships with clients so you get priority for new finance freelance jobs and have a more consistent income!

As soon as you're selected for an accounting freelance job, review the content brief to get an idea of the objective and to see if you have any questions. Send the client a message through the job platform to thank them for the opportunity to write, and ask them any questions you might have. This sets the tone for a communicative relationship and assures the client that their job is in good hands.

Delivering a high-quality piece of work that adheres to all of the job guidelines in the creative brief is crucial to opening up the doors to a long-term relationship with Scripted clients. Doing so on time (early if at all possible) is also a key element to increasing your chances of being selected for accounting freelance jobs down the road.

The Benefit of SmartMatch for accounting and finance freelance writers on Scripted

Scripted offers a feature called SmartMatch, where based on certain criteria, you can claim finance freelance writing jobs without having to pitch and compete against other writers. These accounting freelance writing jobs are first-come, first-serve, but once you claim them you can start writing immediately, and therefore get paid sooner as well.

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How to create pitches to win jobs

Aside from getting accounting freelance writing jobs on Scripted from the SmartMatch function, you can also submit pitches for jobs that catch your eye. You'll want to provide a clear vision of how you would approach the job and a quick summary of why you're an authority on the topic. Be sure to include links to relevant writing samples.

You'll also have the opportunity to pitch account and finance topic ideas for blog posts. This is where your passion can shine. You can pitch different ideas such as:

  • Staying sane and maximizing your return during tax season
  • Tips for long-term financial success even when you're on a tight budget
  • How to buy an investment property
  • What you need to know about Crypto
  • What is fractional investing?

If the client likes the topic you'll get paid to write finance freelance writing jobs and you can get started as soon as your pitch is turned into a job in your writer's dashboard.

Set Prices Your Knowledge and Experience Deserve

When you pitch an idea on Scripted, you get to set a price that you believe is fair to the client and your experience. Clients can even send you an additional tip to reward you for excellent work.

Every project has a minimum price that ensures writers get paid a fair amount. You always control how much you charge, but the minimum prevents writers from drastically undercutting each other for jobs.

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Work as Much or as Little as You Want

Some writers at Scripted use the platform to earn a little extra money. Others rely on it as their main source of income.

You can use Scripted to write as much or as little as you want. As a freelance writer, you control your schedule.

Quick Payments for Accepted Projects

Scripted partners with Stripe to get money in your bank account quickly. You can usually expect payments to reach your account within three to five days after your client accepts the project, depending on your Writer Tier.

Scripted's platform lets you track all of your projects and payments through a convenient dashboard.

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Manage All of Your Clients From One Dashboard

As a freelance writer, staying organized can be a big challenge. As a Scripted writer you can manage all your customers, jobs, and pitches in one dashboard so you know what to prioritize and what stage every job is in. Each job is placed in one of these four stages:

  • Proposals – pitches that clients are still considering.
  • Writing – assignments with upcoming deadlines.
  • Editing – projects in the editing stage before they get sent to clients.
  • Ready for Review – jobs now in clients' hands ready for acceptance.

You can also use the Scripted dashboard to manage your Writer Portfolio, writing samples, payments, and job invitations.


Support From Scripted Team of Professionals

At some point, every writer runs into a situation they don't know how to handle. Perhaps a client demands something outrageous, or you're not sure how to answer a question about billing.

Scripted has a support staff of professionals waiting to address your issue as quickly as possible. Just reach out to Scripted Support to get your question answered. You'll get a friendly, helpful response ASAP.

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Become a Scripted Writer

Start your application to begin finding writing jobs on Scripted. Once you create an account and submit your application, an editor will review your credentials to determine whether you have the skills necessary to join a platform of talented, hard-working writers. You don't necessarily need a lot of experience. Show that you're an excellent researcher and writer to get started. We look forward to welcoming you to the Scripted team!

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Does Scripted allow writers in languages other than English?
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Applications are reviewed every Friday. So if you've submitted on anytime before Friday, you'll hear back from us that week. Applications submitted on Friday are reviewed with the next week's batch.

Can I apply to Scripted from my country?
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You'll receive an email from us notifying you of the results and welcoming you aboard! From there, we'll help you with getting started on the platform, updating your portfolio and matching you with clients. In March 2021, all newly accepted writers will be required to attend a webinar on best practices on the platform. From there, you're free to start working on content and earning money!

Can I re-apply if my application was not accepted?
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I'm curious about something else not listed here!
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