Re: Contracters - billing for driving time?
During my stint as a contracter this year I had some conversations with an acquaintance, a freelance graphic designer. He was horrified by the fact that I didn't bill for driving time. My reasoning was that so many companies seem to take it for granted that they have every right to insist on full-time office presence, if I tried to bill for driving time (living an hour+ outside the city, at that) I would never have any work.
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