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Money Matters -net or gross
Thread poster: Kimmy
Kimmy
Local time: 18:36
Italian to English
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Aug 8, 2002

I have always charged net for my work (i.e.: the price quoted is the amoutn I get).

I now find myself in a situation where I have to invoice and I am not sure whether they intended net or gross. My problem I know as I should have cleared this at the beginning but as I am getting euro 11.50 a cartella (1500 characters with spaces) I feel that if I take tax off this it was a VERY low paid job! What\'s the norm?

Help! I need to invoice ASAP!

Thanks!


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