Mar 27, 2019 01:23:27 PM by Benjamin P
From what I've read, once you make $500 the percentage that Upwork takes goes down to 10%.
I'm wondering if you have to make $500 including Upwork's fee or if you have to make more than $500 because of Upwork's fees before the percentage goes down to 10%.
Does it take effect at $500 or is it $501 before you'll see the difference in the percentage?
What if you take a job and beforehand you were under the $500 mark but during the job you have another job that puts you above the $500 mark?
Just curious because I'm in the middle of a job that just happens to be a fixed-contract for $500. Any insight with all of this will be greatly appreciated.
Mar 27, 2019 01:35:34 PM by Michael S
The fee is based on your total earnings per client. New client means you start at the base fee.
Mar 27, 2019 01:46:28 PM by Benjamin P
Ohhhh so it's not based off your total earnings? You have to make $500 with each client before there's a reduction in percentage?
**bleep**, I thought it was for the total earnings... what a bummer lol