What is a fair price to charge
Thread poster: Hardy Moreno

Hardy Moreno  Identity Verified
Local time: 07:44
English to Spanish
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Mar 31, 2002

Hello everyone. A client who sends me work every year around this time of the year, sent me work consisting of about 6 pages.



Each page was almost exactly the same as what I translated the year before. There were only a few minor changes, such as dates (changing 2001 to 2002, etc.) and a few other things.



I finished the job in about 1.5 hours. But, I\'m waiting for them to make the pdf files so that I can proofread the final work.



What is a fair price to charge my client?



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Sarah Brenchley  Identity Verified
Local time: 14:44
Spanish to English
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Price to charge Apr 5, 2002

Why don\'t you decide on an hourly rate to charge your client and charge by the hour (i.e. 1.5 hours or 2 hours) rather than a rate per word? This way you would solve the problem of what to charge.

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