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>* How are you billing travel time when you travel to a client for
>meetings, on-site work (not the daily commute) when you are doing work
>out of your own office (different location from clients)?
I charge my full rate for travel time. After all, that's time that I
can't devote to any *other* client. Besides, I usually spend at least
part of the flight reading background materials or writing memos or
>* How do you handle payment for work done over the Internet either for
>remote clients or payment to remote vendors (e.g., illustrators,
Don't know, the situation hasn't come up yet. Let me know what you find
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