Join Holly Shoebridge, an experienced accountant (and resident Freelance Jungle accounting bad ass), for a 45-minute interview with the Freelance Jungle on common financial mistakes made by both clients and freelancers in client management.


In this action replay of the session, Holly shares tips, tools, and tricks to avoid mistakes and and create an equal, appreciative and financially smooth relationship. The event included a 15-minute Q&A session with the audience and covers areas such as GST, what if a client refuses to pay, and cash flow management.


Catch the action replay of “Managing the money side of the freelancer to client relationship” with accountant Holly Shoebridge now.



Topics covered:

  • Common financial mistakes made by clients and freelancers in client management
  • Tips for avoiding these mistakes and ensuring smooth dealings
  • Tools and tricks for effective financial management in freelancing
Date and time of recording: May 5, 2023, at 11:00am Sydney time.



Holly is the director of Oceans Accounting & Advisory, is a certified public practitioner of CPA Australia, an ASIC agent, a registered BAS agent, a registered tax agent, Xero partner & Quickbooks advisor. Holly has over 19 years experience providing accounting, bookkeeping and taxation services to large corporate and not for profit clients, both domestic and international, within the music industry, and in recent years, advising SMEs across a wide variety of industries including creative, music and media, recruitment, medical, agricultural, finance and construction.

However, Holly is not your typical accountant.


She’s also a qualified counsellor, a meditation and breathwork teacher, a holistic health coach and a quirky creative, previously with an associated photography and photographic art business. Holly had reached a point where she had considered throwing in the towel on her accounting studies and career. But then thought, why not combine her interests and professional experience to help others? This is how Oceans Accounting & Advisory came to be.


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