I just did a job which paid $48, but the payment schedule says I won't be paid until I've earned $100 or more. I don't intend to do another job for a while, does this mean that I don't get my $48? What if I never do another job with Upwork, does that mean my $48 waits in limbo forever?
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There are no minimums on withdrawals.
Note however that there may be a withdrawal fee.
You can withdraw any amount provided that it is more than the fee charged to withdraw it.
If your balance stays below $100 (U.S.)/$1,000 (International), your payment schedule will be paused until you exceed the balance or time limit.
Use the Get Paid Now option to access your funds whenever you choose.
Adding on from this answer. You mentioned the payment schedule. Basically the payment schedule is a tool that allows Upwork to automatically deposit money into your account once the account reaches your designated ammount.
If you're not going to be working on here very regularly, then there is no point in setting up a payment schedule.
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