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Poll: Do you round up or down on your invoices to avoid amounts with decimals?
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IanDhu  Identity Verified
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Only in quoting to direct clients Aug 10

especially non-business clients. As stated elsewhere, when billing to commercial clients, for clarity, the amount billed should match the amount on the purchase order. Furthermore, it is surely unreasonable to allow a discount on a weighted wordcount, which is already equivalent to a discount on the effort involved?


Mario Freitas  Identity Verified
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Of course not Aug 11

It's not very professional to do so. Why? To make it look better??

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