Thinking about freelancing for exotic, glamorous, international clients? Think carefully
If you’re a U.S.-based freelancer, working with international clients can be a good way to expand your portfolio and earn extra money. However, there can be a number of downsides, too. According to LifeHacker, your taxes may become more complicated, since you'll have to account for income paid by foreign companies. You may also have to lose money in getting paid, as banks charge for international wire transfers, and online operators like PayPal and Payoneer do, too.