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 You are an Independent Contractor...not an employee...
Posted by Lee/AR on 4/12/10 8:16am

So drop the employee mentality. It's your business and you must include and calculate every one of your expenses before you can quote a fee that includes materials, your time/labor and PROFIT. And review these on a regular basis. If what they 'offer' is not sufficient, negotiate! If they cannot meet your fee, turn it down! Many seem to look at this as 'extra' income and fail to understand that their 'regular income' is subsidizing the 'extra'....for a net loss. If tempted to accept a lower fee than your homework tells you is profitable for you, ask yourself this question: Is a bank my favorite charity?
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