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Amanda

Marketing Graphic Designer at Seedly

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Marketing Graphic Designer at Seedly

Amanda

Marketing Graphic Designer at Seedly

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Stocks Discussion

Investments

Robo-Advisors

OCBC RoboInvest

StashAway

AutoWealth

Smartly

Syfe

Endowus

Kristal.AI

DBS digiPortfolio

SquirrelSave

Phillip SMART Portfolio

UTRADE Robo

Amanda
Amanda
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered 3w ago
Hello! You can view some reviews on Seedly here: OCBC RoboInvest https://seedly.sg/reviews/robo-advisors/ocbc-roboinvest StashAway https://seedly.sg/reviews/robo-advisors/stashaway Feel free to comment to engage in a discussion with the reviewer. I hope this helps! (:

Travel

Multi Currency Cards

YouTrip

Amanda
Amanda
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered 4w ago
Hello! You can gather more insights by reading about reviews on multicurrency cards here: https://seedly.sg/reviews/multi-currency-cards You can also leave a comment on the reviews to find out more! I've used Youtrip before, although not for Vietnam and Myanmar so I've never tested it out for those 2 countries, whether most places accept cards etc. Although in my personal experience, Youtrip was accepted in places that allowed card payment, but I got logged out of Youtrip a couple of times while I was abroad. So it can be quite a hassle to get back in, especially if you aren't able to receive an SMS code to verify your account. I hope it helps! (:

Phillip SMART Portfolio

Robo-Advisors

Smartly

StashAway

Amanda
Amanda
Level 4. Prodigy
Updated 4w ago
Hello! There are 2 SeedlyReviews on Phillip SMART Portfolio, and more reviews for other Robo-Advisors that you can find them here: https://seedly.sg/reviews/robo-advisors They are a little dated, so perhaps you could drop a comment below their review to get a conversation started to find out more! (:

Career

Amanda
Amanda
Level 4. Prodigy
Answered on 17 Dec 2019
Hello! I'm not too sure what your job title/job scope is exactly whether you have to do layout the photos in an editorial or write the articles, or are you simply uploading articles and arranging a file of photos. But the thing about freelance/project-based jobs is that it can be tricky to determine how much to get paid for. It can either be per hour, like you suggested, or a lump sum. To give you some context, graphic designers who are still schooling charge around $10-$12/hour and I've also heard of fresh grads charging $100/day. The more experienced ones will charge more, based on how much experience they have. So if you are doing layout and writing then yes, $15 seems reasonable. (: However, what's more important when doing freelance work is that you draft up a contract to prevent the company from underpaying you or even fleeing payment. Try to be more detailed by coming up solutions for different scenarios, for instance charging them extra if they do last-minute changes or requesting 30% of the pay first, before you start on the project as a guarantee. All the best!
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