As a new coach, you may eager and ready to coach your first clients. You may already be coaching. But are you feeling confident on how to invoice and take payment from your clients online? Are you still taking checks? Sending them your Venmo information?

What about using a contract? Should you use one? How do you write one? How do you get a signature?

As a professional coach, you want to present yourself as a professional business by sending your clients an invoice, a link to a legitimate method of payment and, possibly use a Coaching Agreement. You know there are several different ways to do this, but the tech part of it may be overwhelming and you’re wasting time Googling which method is best, most cost-effective, or what everyone else is using.

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