Re: What to Charge Family for Project?
""Cook, Jenise"" <jenise -dot- cook-crabbe -at- pacificlife -dot- com> wrote in messagelots of snipping cause 32 is a magic number
news:2EB7CCAB5B4AEF439A9977B69BCCB2790198D02E -at- RESMSG05 -dot- resources -dot- pacificlife -dot- net -dot- -dot- -dot- >Hi, everyone: It's been awhile since I've posted to the list due to urgent
>projects. However, an acquaintence of mine in another state ran a question
>by me that I couldn't answer for him. (Not because I lacked the ability,
>because I lack the personal experience from which
>consultants alike) what you would do for a family member? Would you charge
>your regular hourly contract wage? Would you provide a discount? What if
>proposed budgeted dollars would not match the hourly wage you'd normally
>charge a regular client?
>Sr. Technical Writer
>Pacific Life Insurance Co.
>jenise -dot- cook-crabbe -at- pacificlife -dot- com
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