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Daniel or Keith,

In this economy you have to do what you feel will work.  Personally I do not
charge much more if any for short term work over long term.  I actually like
short term gigs to fill in to give me time to find more appealing gigs.
Short term gigs can also turn into long term.

I've been consulting for 15 years with the last 13 managing a small (me and a
couple others) consulting company in the Chicago area.

I like your verse and I agree with it.

Respectfully,

Tim R. Parcel

TC Parcel & Associates, Inc.
(847) 310-5262
(847) 742-5164 fax
Tparcel@aol.com

In a message dated 10/31/2002 10:21:45 AM Central Standard Time,
keithscc@hotmail.com writes:


> To all
>
> What is the common practice for some short term projects. I have been
> contracting for over 10 years and all of my projects have been at least 6
> months to start and all last at least year. I charge one consistant rate
> during that time.
>
> I have a possible client that wants some short term work done.
>
> Should I charge more because the client only wants me to do a weeks worth
> of
> work or should I keep the rate the same?  I was just wondering what others
> are doing.
>
> Daniel
> I Cor 15:57


Respectfully,

Tim R. Parcel

TC Parcel & Associates, Inc.
(847) 310-5262
(847) 742-5164 fax
Tparcel@aol.com


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